Date: 6th June 2007 at 8:09am
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Jim Gannon has turned down two bids for Adam Le Fondre from Rochdale because they aren’t offering enough.

Gannon believes that Rochdale aren’t matching Le Fondre’s value, and with County not in a desperate need for money Gannon can easily turn down bids for players nowadays.

Le Fondre spent some time on loan at Rochdale in the 2006/2007 season, playing seven games and scoring four goals. He soon became a fans favourite and many Rochdale fans would like to see him back at Spotland in a permanent role.

But Gannon is adamant that Le Fondre has a future at Edgeley Park, so whilst Rochdale are not matching the value Gannon has put on Le Fondre – he will be staying here.

Gannon also believes that Rochdale won’t be coming back with a third bid.

Rochdale bought County keeper James Spencer for a figure believed to be around £10,000 last week.

With another two months to go before the season starts, I can’t see that being the last of the Le Fondre to Rochdale transfer saga!