Yorke plays down MLS move
By Alex Dunn
Last Updated: 01/01/70 1:00am
The controversial former Manchester United hit-man was recently embroiled in a much publicised training ground spat with fiery Rovers boss Graeme Souness and it was reported that Yorke's time at Ewood Park could soon be coming to an end.
However, the player claims he has no knowledge of an approach from the MSL club and that this latest story has as little credence as any other regarding his future.
''I don't know anything about it,'' Yorke told the Lancashire Evening Telegraph. ''I keep getting linked with different clubs all the time.''
Meanwhile, Italian stopper Lorenzo Amoruso could be ready to make his long-awaited return to the Blackburn first team this weekend.
The former Rangers favourite has been sidelined since early in the season with knee and calf injuries respectively, but he is now close to full fitness.
Amoruso and promising young striker Paul Gallagher, also coming back from injury, came out of a midweek reserve team game unscathed and both could now make Saturday's game against Portsmouth.
''Everyone came out of the game unscathed,'' said Blackburn coach Dean Saunders.
''Lorenzo and Gally both got the chance to get a game under their belts and it turned out to be a good work-out for them, so they have a chance of being involved on Saturday.''