Ziggy Gordon: Hamilton reject bid from Jagiellonia Bialystok

Hamilton Accies defender Ziggy Gordon
The 21-year-old Ziggy Gordon has come through the youth ranks at Hamilton

Hamilton Academical say they have turned down a bid of £300,000 for right-back Ziggy Gordon from Polish top-flight club Jagiellonia Bialystok.

They also say two top-flight English clubs have joined West Ham United in making enquiries about 20-year-old left-back Stephen Hendrie.

Accies on Thursday revealed that a £2m transfer to Upton Park had collapsed.

Meanwhile, defender Michael Devlin, 21, has signed a three-year contract extension to remain with Hamilton.

The news came as Accies revealed that defender Martin Canning had been appointed player-manager after a short spell as caretaker, with Chris Swailes joining as assistant and another former Hamilton player, Guillaume Beuzelin, as head coach.

Hamilton defender Michael Devlin
Michael Devlin has signed a three-year contract extension

But Accies vice-chairman Ronnie MacDonald refused to comment on a reported offer for 26-year-old Falkirk striker Rory Loy.

Loy, who began his career with Rangers, has been with the Scottish Championship club since 2013 after leaving Carlisle United.

MacDonald did reveal that a Chinese club had been in touch about 26-year-old midfielder Tony Andreu but that nothing had come of that interest.

Frenchman Andreu joined Accies in 2013 having previously been with Stade Nyonnais and Livingston.

The 21-year-old Gordon, along with Hendrie and Devlin, is a product of the New Douglas Park youth system.