The Rotherham United manager, Paul Warne, has claimed there is ‘no truth’ to reports linking Clark Robertson with Sheffield Wednesday and Queens Park Rangers.
Sky Sports claimed on its live blog earlier this week that both clubs are ‘interested in signing’ the Rotherham centre-back, who has two years left on his contract.
But speaking to BBC Radio Sheffield on Tuesday, Warne insisted that is not the case.
Asked about the ‘noise’ surrounding a proposed Rotherham move for the Shamrock Rovers left-back, Trevor Clarke, the Millers boss replied: “Is that the same amount of noise that is on Robbo going to Sheffield Wednesday or QPR? Because there’s no truth to that either.
“There’s loads of noise out there on loads of players so I wouldn’t believe everything.”
Sheffield Wednesday are thought to be in the market for another new centre-back this summer.
The Owls have seen Michael Hector and Daniel Pudil depart since the end of last season, while only Julian Börner has arrived so far.
Robertson is a left-sided centre-back – the same as Hillsborough employees Börner, Joost van Aken and Jordan Thorniley.