Date: 10th May 2017 at 2:06pm
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Blackburn’s relegation has seen Paul Senior resign but Tony Mowbray has been given Venky’s full backing, they also vowed to ‘continue’ their support of club – this will begin with Jason Steele becoming the first casualty on the playing side of things?

According to the Sun Wolves, under former Blackburn boss Paul Lambert, have put in a £3m bid for Rovers’ former Middlesbrough keeper Steele.

It’s reported Venky’s ‘are willing to get Steele’s £6,000-a-week off their wage bill’ so aren’t going to take a second offering to accept this bid from Wolves, allowing Lambert to work with the former England U21 keeper again where he’ll compete with Carl Ikeme at Molineux.

Steele, who lost his place to David Raya at the end of the season following injury, only has a year left on his Blackburn contract if fairness so, as much as Venky’s might not need much persuading, if claims of £3m being offered for the 26 year old are true it would be difficult to refuse, certainly if an extended stay at Ewood Park didn’t appeal to the keeper?

Blackburn eventually lost Ben Marshall, who wasn’t prepared to sign a new deal, to Wolves in January as Lambert’s bid to work with him again proved successful, will the same apply with Steele?

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