MILLWALL have had a second bid for Bradford City striker James Hanson turned down.
Lions chief executive Andy Ambler made the approach in Portugal at the Football League’s annual conference.
But Bradford’s joint chairman Mark Lawn said the bid fell well short of the Bantams’ valuation of the player.
He told the Telegraph and Argus: “I had a chat with him over there and he moved his bid slightly. But it’s nowhere near the valuation that we put on James.
“So unless they meet our criteria, James will remain our player. I’m not sure if they’ll come back. They said they weren’t going to up it from the first bid so you never know.”
Hanson scored 11 goals last season as Bradford dumped Chelsea out of the FA Cup on their way to the quarter-finals.