Aston Villa, Fulham, Newcastle, Spurs & West Ham target’s future to be sorted in days

23:27 27 May 2012

Huddersfield Town

Huddersfield Town's Jordan Rhodes celebrates scoring his penalty during the shoot-out


Transfer News: Huddersfield striker Jordan Rhodes has been linked with a host of Premier League clubs and the assistant manager believes his future will be sorted this week

Huddersfield assistant manager Glynn Snodin has revealed that the future of star striker Jordan Rhodes will be sorted within days.

The 22-year-old, who scored 40 times last season as the Terriers won promotion to the Championship, has been linked with moves to Aston Villa, Fulham, Newcastle, Tottenham and West Ham, although the club have reportedly slapped an £8million price tag on the striker.

“He has been fantastic. Hopefully over the next three, four or five days things should be getting sorted out with Jordan, his agent, the chairman and see where we go with that then,” Snodin told talkSPORT.

“It will be down to the club what Jordan is looking for and what Jordan Rhodes wants to do as well.

“Whatever happens, if he is going to stay, fantastic, if he is going to leave then everybody is going to pat him on the back because what he has done for this club has been absolutely out of this world.”

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