Charlton Athletic will not sell Karlan Grant for less than £2 million in this transfer window.
The in form striker has been linked with a move away from the Addicks this month and there has been interest in his services. According to talkSPORT, Huddersfield, Brentford and Millwall are clubs known to be interested. Charlton have turned down bids from both Huddersfield and Brentford. Millwall are yet to make contact.
It is understood that Charlton have turned down a bid from the Premier League strugglers. Brentford have also had a £500,000 bid rejected.
Charlton chief, Lee Bowyer is very keen on keeping Grant who has 14 goals so far this season. However, he is prepared for interest following the 21 year old’s impressive form.
TalkSPORT also understand that there is interest from Rangers. However, Charlton don’t believe the forward will move north of the border.
Grant’s contract expires this summer and he has been locked in negotiations with the club over a new deal. Should one not be negotiated then he will be able to leave at the end of the season.
Huddersfield are desperately short of goals having scored only 13 in the Premier League this season and find themselves ten points adrift of safety.
Losing Grant, who scored an injury time penalty against Accrington on Saturday would be a huge blow to the South Londoners who are just three points outside the top two.
Should Charlton keep hold off Grant until the summer any club that wishes to buy him then will have to pay development fee. This is due to the player being under 24 years old.