German interest in Charlton Athletic’s star attacker was rejected

Charlton Athletic fenced off interest from multitudinous clubs in the Championship as well as a platoon in Germany for teenage starlet Miles Leaburn, according to the South London Press. Leaburn broke through the Charlton ranks last season and managed an emotional 13 pretensions in all competitions in his debut crusade, including 12 in League One despite the platoon’s struggles on the pitch.


The 19- time-old’s gift and emotional launch to life in professional football garnered interest in his hand from clubs in England’s alternate league as well as in Germany but the youth will stay put at the Valley until at least January since the transfer window closed last Friday.


Three flings were launced by an unnamed German club but all three were rejected by Charlton Athletic as the Championship- campaigners were adamant to hold onto Leaburn. flings for Dobson and Blackett- Taylor The SLP also revealed that the recently- promoted League Two outfit AFC Wrexham made an offer for captain George Dobson while Derby County submitted a shot for winger Corey Blackett- Taylor but both were rebuffed by the Addicks.

Dobson and Blackett- Taylor have entered into the final time of their separate contracts, meaning Charlton have risked the brace walking down for free coming summer should they refuse to subscribe new deals.

Leaburn picked up an injury inpre-season and so has been eased back into the starting lineup over the once week, indeed playing just 45 twinkles against Crawley Town during a 4- 3 defeat in the EFL jewel. Leaburn scored a thing and registered an help during his gem before being replaced at half- time by Slobodan Tedic.

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