CHESTER CITY have been quoted a six-figure fee by Doncaster Rovers for their striker Greg Blundell.
The former Northwich Victoria player has been a target for City during the last few months, and it is understood the player is keen on a move back to his native North West.
"I will have to sit down with the manager in the next few days and decide whether or not we should take the matter further," said City chairman Stephen Vaughan last night.
He added: "Greg would enhance our squad, so we will have to discuss whether our valuation matches Doncaster's."
Meanwhile, David Bell who acted as Chester City's caretaker-manager prior to Keith Curle taking over the Deva Stadium hotseat on Monday, will continue his touchline role at Oxford United tomorrow.
Curle has elected to watch the game at the Kassam Stadium from the directors' box,, while Bell and assistant manager John Gannon take on the organisational responsibilities from the dug-out area.
"It gives me the opportunity to run the rule over the squad from the stands in our last competitive match.
"I will then meet the play-ers next week and tell them where they stand. Some players who are still under contract will not figure in my plans next season. I will be frank with those players and discuss their futures with them."
Two players who are doubtful for tomorrow's trip are goalkeeper Wayne Brown and midfielder Stewart Drummond. Brown has a knee injury, while Drummond has a thigh strain, both injuries were picked up in training yesterday.
David Oldfield will be in temporary charge of Oxford tomorrow, following the departure of their Argentinian management team of Ramon Diaz and Pablo Fernandez last weekend.