Rangers midfielder has not been approached by Huddersfield yet.
Huddersfield had been linked with making a £400,000 move for the player, but a report in the Examiner has played down such rumours, and confirmed that no bid has been submitted.
It was reported by the Express that the Terriers were set to make a bid for Law, as they look to strengthen ahead of next season’s Championship campaign. The 27-year-old midfielder is no stranger to English football, having started his career at Sheffield United, before turning out with Yeovil, Bradford and Rotherham.
He moved on to Motherwell in 2013, leaving a year later to sign with Rangers on a free transfer, agreeing a two-year deal. He has impressed heavily with the Gers, making 54 appearances this term as Stuart McCall’s side reached the pay-off final.
His 13 goals in all competitions was also the highest in the squad, despite playing as a midfielder, but with just one-year left on his deal, Rangers could be pushed to sell.
He would have made an impressive signing for Huddersfield, and with a wealth of Championship experience to his name, as well as clear talent, the Terriers are sure to retain an interest in him.
However, as of now, they have yet to submit a formal approach for the Rangers midfielder.