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Bidding war for United ace

Dundee United are increasingly facing a bidding war for talented left-back Andrew Robertson.

Hull City are the latest club making a move for the 20-year-old defender when having their 1.75m offer plus add-ons turned down last night.

Earlier in the day, West Ham United had similarly proved unsuccessful with their latest improved 1.5m bid.

Meanwhile, West Bromwich Albion, Everton and Southampton continue to track the highly-rated young Scottish international.

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Date:Thursday July 3 2014

Time: 1:19PM

 

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