Blackburn bid for Fulham striker Andy Johnson

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Fulham are believed to have received a bid from Blackburn for striker Andy Johnson.

Blackburn Rovers have reportedly tabled a bid for Fulham frontman Andy Johnson.

The Cottagers forward has reportedly been of interest to three potential suitors, with reports claiming that the London-based club rejected an approach from Queens Park Rangers last week.

It is understood that Lancashire outfit Blackburn have made their move with an offer for the 30-year-old, according to Sky Sports News.

It is becoming increasingly likely that Johnson will leave Craven Cottage, but manager Martin Jol revealed last week that the hitman will not be sold for a cheap price.

Rovers are believed to be keen on bringing in new additions to Ewood Park this month, but may be resigned to losing captain Chris Samba after the defender admitted that he wants to leave the struggling side.

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