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Rotherham manager Mark Robins has told wantaway striker Reuben Reid he will not be allowed to leave the club unless the price is right.

Reid has had a transfer request reluctantly accepted by the Millers, but Robins is insisting he will not let last season`s top scorer leave for a knock-down price, having already rejected a £100,000 bid from MK Dons.

Manager Robins told the Sheffield Star: "We'll wait and see if anybody matches our valuation and if they do then we'll take it from there."

He added: "Until then, he's our player and he'll work towards getting himself in the team and getting himself fit.

"If he wants to prove to people that he's worth his salt then he has to do the right thing by his employers, which is us."

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Rotherham United
Milton Keynes Dons
Sheffield Wednesday
Bristol City
Football
Reuben Reid
League Two

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