League One side Bristol Rovers have been confirmed as one of the sides that had tried to secure the services of winger Otis Khan during January. From Yeovil Town's point of view, they chose not to reveal which club (or clubs) had triggered a clause in Khan's contract entitling him to hold talks with those clubs. Various press outlets listed Wigan Athletic, Luton Town, Bristol Rovers, Peterborough United, Swindon Town and Bradford City as supposedly interested in the former Barnsley player, albeit without any firm quotes to back that up.
One of those clubs has now gone firmly public on their interest - after the January Transfer Window closed. Bristol Rovers boss Darrell Clarke has confirmed to a Bristol Evening Post journalist that the Gas had a bid accepted by Yeovil Town, but that the player himself turned down the interest in him, thus ending their interest in the winger.
Khan remains under contract at Huish Park until the summer of 2019, and with the transfer window now shut, he will be guaranteed to remain on the club's books until at least this summer.
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