West Bromwich Albion have received a setback in their pursuit of Blackburn Rovers attacking midfielder Bradley Dack as the Lancashire club value him at £20m.
As reported on the Express and Star, Rovers are not interested in allowing Dack to leave Ewood Park and in a bid to fend off interest in their man, they have reportedly valued him at £20m.
The Baggies were interested in signing the Englishman during the summer transfer window but their attempts to sign him were rejected by Rovers.
And now the Darren Moore has turned his attention back to Dack, but he may be forced to look elsewhere as Rovers don’t look likely to budge on their £20m valuation.
The attacker has already found the back of the net six times in the Championship this season and is undoubtedly the star player in the Rovers side.
West Brom are pushing for automatic promotion to the Premier League this season and want to strengthen their chances by making some big signings in the January transfer window.
With on-loan attacking midfielder Harvey Barnes likely to be recalled by Leicester City in January, Moore is looking for a replacement, but at the moment, it doesn’t look like it will be Dack.