Date: 26th August 2011 at 8:36am
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MK Dons have, as Karl Robinson confirmed on the official website, turned down an offer from an unnamed club for Sam Baldock.

This offer, believed to be West Ham, was knocked back but Robinson is seeming resigned to losing the star striker: ‘we have had an offer, an official offer. I believe that will be the first of many.

‘I don’t want to name the club, the club deserves the respect to not be named.

‘The chairman’s been very good, we have a valuation on Sam that we feel the player deserves.

‘He’s been a remarkable servant for the club during his time here – he is one of ours, he’s come through the system.

‘We’ll see what unfolds but sometimes the clubs that we’re talking about are remarkable football clubs and sometimes it’s money that you can’t reject.

‘I’d be disappointed to lose him but we will see what the next 24 hours brings for the club and Sam Baldock.’

6 goals in 6 games, including a hat-trick last weekend has only raised the 22-year-olds profile and his departure – something that Robinson has expected for some time – is looming large…

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