Last Updated: Thu, 24 Jan 2013 16:26
Bristol City have rejected a bid from an unnamed club for winger Albert Adomah.
The 25-year-old, who moved to Ashton Gate from Barnet in 2010, is currently on international duty for Ghana in the Africa Cup of Nations.
"Bristol City FC can confirm a written offer has been received for winger Albert Adomah," a club statement issued
on Thursday afternoon said. "That offer has been rejected. The club plans to make no further comment."
Meanwhile, the Robins have opened talks to sign Nottingham Forest right-back Brendan Moloney, a player manager Sean O'Driscoll worked with during his spell at the City Ground earlier this season.
"We are talking to Brendan as we were aware he was available on a free transfer," the City boss told the BBC.
"He can play right-back, left-back and centre-back, and has played a lot of games in the Championship.
"He's never let me down so I think he would be a good addition. Talks are at an advanced stage but it might be too soon for Saturday."
Moloney came through the youth system at Forest and has gone on to make 32 appearances for the first team and spent spells on loan at the likes of Chesterfield, Notts County and Scunthorpe.
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