St James’ Park boss keen on Terrier.
Fulham are eyeing Huddersfield Town striker Jordan Rhodes.
The People says Fulham have joined the chase for Huddersfield striker Rhodes.
The Terriers have slapped a £2million price tag on Rhodes which the Cottagers feel is too high and may test the water with a lower offer.
Newcastle United are also keen.
Alan Pardew will no doubt know Jordan Rhodes well from his time as boss of Southampton whilst they were in League One and clearly the Magpies boss is not the only player hot on the heels of the Scottish international and if the Terriers are looking for just £2m for the young striker then a host of clubs will no doubt be happy to make just such an offer.
The former Ipswich Town man has been a huge success since his move to Huddersfield in July 2009, scoring 68 goals over the past two and a bit seasons.
Though Leon Best and Demba Ba have formed a good partnership Pardew may well feel that another attacking option, and a youthful one at that, may well be in the club’s best long term interest.
Fulham and Man United have also been linked with the Oldham born striker.