Charlton and Wrexham transfer mute on Bristol Rovers star amid Bolton bid

Latest on the Aaron Collins transfer saga as Bristol Rovers have three clubs chasing his signature.

According to a social media source, Charlton Athletic and Wrexham are not anticipated to sign Aaron Collins, a standout player for Bristol Rovers.

Football Insider’s Pete O’Rourke, a transfer correspondent, has the most recent information on the Collins situation. It’s Bolton or nothing this month, he claims, adding that neither Charlton nor Wrexham are “not in the running.”

In contrast, the South London Press claimed last week that a bid for Collins had been turned down. After an offer over £500,000 was turned down, it “remains to be seen” if the managerless Addicks will take another stab at it.

According to the Bristol Post, Bolton’s bid offer of £600,000 was turned down. Although no team has submitted a new offer, they would not rule out Wrexham contacting them.

He was not included in the matchday roster for Saturday’s 2-1 victory over Oxford United. Manager Matt Taylor distanced himself from the matter, and those in charge will make the final choice.

In response to the question of whether Collins had played his final game for the football team, Taylor said, “I honestly don’t know.”

The 26-year-old has a deal that runs through the 2025 summer. In all competitions this season, he has contributed 14 goals, although having a quieter season than last. In League One, he has three goals and nine assists, but he hasn’t contributed to a goal since the victory over Charlton shortly after Christmas.

Taylor continued, “That will depend on the hierarchies of the two clubs.”

We’re in a good situation because he still has 18 months remaining on his deal. He clearly has a market there, so those conversations will go on, and we’ll see where it leads.

According to what I know. Although it appears to be one other club, there was initial interest from another club. However, that could also alter in the coming days.”

“You can never be startled by who comes in and at what stage; I’ve sat here enough times before the last few days of the window. Undoubtedly, we have influence over that.”

 

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