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Bolton join the race for free-scoring Huddersfield Town striker Jordan Rhodes


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By Tom Bowers

Monday 07 November 2011

Bolton Wanderers have joined the race for highly-coveted Huddersfield Town striker Jordan Rhodes, understands The People.


The 21-year-old has been highly-tipped for a move to the Premier League in recent weeks having already netted 18 goals this season in both domestic and international competition.


Rhodes' recent goalscoring form prompted manager Lee Clark to draw parallels with strikers such as Alan Shearer and Andy Cole and this sentiment certainly wasn't lost on Newcastle, Stoke and Manchester United who are all understood to be keeping tabs on him along with the Trotters.


The forward is set to earn his first full international cap on Friday after being included in the Scotland squad for their friendly clash against Cyprus.




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