Cheltenham Town consider Charlton Athletic and Oxford United’s bids for Will Goodwin derisory, while several League Two clubs are monitoring the player’s situation, according to the Sunday Mirror.


Charlton are going through a difficult run of form and Michael Appleton’s side are winless in their ten games.


The Addicks want to add a forward to their attacking department and Cheltenham’s Goodwin is on their list.




Charlton’s fellow Championship rivals, Oxford United, are also interested in acquiring the signature of the Cheltenham star this month.


Oxford and Charlton both submitted bids for Goodwin, but have seen their offers rebuffed by Darrell Clarke’s side.



It has been claimed Cheltenham considered the bids from Charlton and Oxford to be too low for Goodwin and view them as derisory.


The 21-year-old centre forward has scored six times in the league so far and he is also being monitored by several League Two outfits.



Now it remains to be seen whether Charlton or Oxford will go back to Cheltenham with an improved offer to lure Goodwin away.