Date: 6th October 2014 at 3:27pm
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It’s been speculated for quite some time that Gary Bowyer is interested in bringing Hull City’s Stephen Quinn to Blackburn Rovers.

Rumours have claimed that the possibility of a loan move was being lined up, however, Bowyer says that this “won’t be happening.”

Such speculation had led to more thoughts that a new deal with Hull could be revived in January to take the Scottish International to the KC Stadium with Quinn (and others) as part of the deal, coming in on loan now and then signing permanently when the Winter Transfer Window opens in the New Year.

I don’t see much basis in this at all and completely believe Bowyer when he rules this out.

Hull broke their Transfer Record to sign striker Abel Hernandez for £10million on transfer deadline day and with their owner also getting the hump as he can’t change their name to Hull Tigers saying he “wouldn’t put another penny into the club” until that change went through, or he sold the club (whatever came first) it’s not going to happen is it!!

As far as Rovers are concerned we’re overly stocked with midfielder’s so we have little to no need for the Republic of Ireland International, as good as he is.

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