Huddersfield Will Improve Yiadom Bid
The Premier League side will certainly have to as they wouldn't land Andy Yiadom for the offer made so far - Paul Heckingbottom had made that clear.
Barnsley have already turned down a Huddersfield but the Reds' Yorkshire rivals are set to make an improved offer for the Ghana international, according to Sky Sports.
They have already had 'a bid worth more than £1m turned down' reports Sky.
It was also claimed Swansea, of course they have previously signed Alfie Mawson, who has taken to the Premier League like a duck to water, and Championship rivals QPR remain interested in Yiadom.
Yiadom, 25, would cap a remarkable year or two if he did end up at the John Smith's Stadium as he was set for League Two football a little over a year ago but has since gone on to prove himself at Championship level, winning two caps for Ghana at international level, and could end up in the topflight.
Rumour has it an offer of around £2m would secure Yiadom, who only has a year on his Oakwell deal.