Blackburn manager Sam Allardyce is set to launch a bid to bring Eidur Gudjohnsen back to the Premiership.
The Icelandic forward who joined Monaco on a 2 year deal in the summer after becoming surplus to requirements at the Nou Camp has made 8 appearances for the club and Allardyce feels a bid of £2m could be enough to bring the striker back to England.
His father and agent Arnor Gudjohnsen said:
“I am not sure what he is going to do. He is going to take the next two weeks to decide. He could stay. He is very open. Nobody knows yet. He is obviously seriously thinking about a return to England but he has not made any decision. It is in his hands.”
Gudjohnsen, 31, has already played for Bolton and Chelsea and won the Champions League at Barcelona.
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