‘I’ve spoken to people about him but I’ve not received any bids’: McCarthy says Moore could play at Fulham
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Kieffer Moore could make his Ipswich Town return at Fulham on Tuesday, with boss Mick McCarthy insisting he has yet to receive any bids for the Rotherham loanee.
Moore has scored 13 times during his loan stint with the League One side, with the Millers one of a number of clubs in the third tier keen on signing him on a permanent basis.
McCarthy is bringing him back to Portman Road, though, with the forward potentially being involved at Craven Cottage on Tuesday evening.
“Yes he has, I suppose,” McCarthy said, when asked if Moore has a chance of playing at Fulham.
“I think it’s his last game for Rotherham tomorrow (at Walsall) and that’s if he plays because they’ve won two and drawn one without him. That’s another matter and it’s up to them to pick their team.
“I haven’t received any bids, not at all. I’ve spoken to a number of people about him, a number of clubs, but I’ve not received any bids.”
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Moore is not able to play for the Blues in their FA Cup clash with Sheffield United on January 6, having played for Rotherham in the first round of the competition.
The striker’s contract expires at the end of the season, with Ipswich having the option to extend that for another year.
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