Town turned down three bids to keep Judge

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According to Football Insider, QPR made a final offer for Alan Judge, but were once again been knocked back despite upping their offer to £600,000.

QPR boss Mark Warburton on Saturday afternoon added free agent former AFC Bournemouth man Marc Pugh to his squad. He admitted this was a result of Town playing hardball over the deal for Judge.

Sky Sports had previously reported that the Blues have told the QPR that Judge would cost them £750,000. QPR have already had two bids of £250,000 and £450,000 turned down by Town and now reportedly tried to tempt Town with £600,000.

Towns valuation of Judge has seemingly ended their interest in the former Brentford man.

Both Paul Lambert and Marcus Evans have been determined to keep their man and it appears that Town have stood firm and Judge is now set to stay at Town.

Judge appeared as a second half sub in Saturdays 0-0 friendly draw at Cambridge United. This was the Irishman’s first appearance this summer having broken his wrist while on international duty with Ireland last month.


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