Ryan Bowman: Motherwell accept offer for striker from League Two club

Ryan Bowman
Ryan Bowman celebrates after scoring against Hearts in the League Cup quarter-final

Ryan Bowman is to leave Motherwell after the club accepted an offer from an unnamed English League Two side.

Exeter City and a rival are known to have made bids for the 27-year-old - Exeter would not comment about any bid when approached by BBC Sport.

The former Gateshead player moved to Fir Park in the summer of 2016 and is out of contract in the summer.

"They have made him an offer that we couldn't compete with," said manager Stephen Robinson.

"Ryan is speaking personal terms now and heading down there for a medical. So we will see what happens with that one.

"We are a selling club, we sell players, and it frees up his wages to try and go and replace him if he does get the deal done."

Bowman, who was subject of a bid from Grimsby Town in the summer, has played 86 times for Motherwell, scoring 14 goals and providing 13 assists.

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