ROTHERHAM United have received bids for 21 goal top scorer Lewis Grabban.
Three clubs, two from League One and a League Two club, have contacted the club expressing interest in the striker who was signed on a free last Summer from Brentford.
Manager Steve Evans - who himself tried to sign Grabban earlier this season when manager at Crawley - said the club would assess matters with a decision set to be made after the final game of the season.
“It does not mean the boy will go and any deal would have to be right for the football club,” said Evans whose own bid in excess of £200,000 for Grabban in January was declined by Millers chairman Tony Stewart.
“But we have to measure up the value of keeping him with what we can do with the funds,” added Evans who said the League Two club interested was not Crawley. It could well be Swindon were who interested earlier this season.