The Blackburn Rovers are reported to reject the £15m offer for the former Newcastle striker Adam Armstrong. The English professional has been on the radar of many big clubs including the Saints with less than a year left in his contract. The 24-year-old who has been the exceptional second top scorer in the last season Championship with 28 goals is worth £25m according to Tony Mowbray to leave the Ewood park. The fact was strongly stated with the £15m bid reject from the new suitor Watford.
The considerations for Armstrong’s deal including the 40 percent stake in it to the former Newcastle have been keen for Blackburn to turn down even striker Andre Gray as an extended offer by Watford. Southampton amidst Mario Lemina exit and uncertainty from Danny Ings wants Armstrong to be the repair for any ailment and makes efforts to convince the Rovers who stick to high demands of cash over players.