OXFORD United have received a six-figure bid from Blackpool for Cameron Brannagan.

A Blackpool source told Football Insider that the Tangerines had lodged the bid and are waiting for the U’s to respond.

The Oxford Mail understands United have turned down an offer of more than £500,000 for the midfielder.

Before United’s 3-1 win at home to Lincoln City at the weekend, Karl Robinson said the U’s had received ‘one or two bids’ for players that the club ‘wasn’t happy with’.

After the Lincoln game, Robinson alluded to the fact the club has rejected bids for players.

He said: “This is as happy as you get as a manager, playing at home, playing well, scoring three goals, getting deals done, turning deals down.”

In January, Brannagan was the subject of an offer worth more than £500,000, thought to be from Millwall.

Blackpool beat the U’s in the Sky Bet League One play-off semi-finals last season, winning 6-3 on aggregate.

After defeating Lincoln 2-1 in the Wembley final, Blackpool have initially struggled since gaining promotion to the second tier.

Neil Critchley’s side sit in 22nd and are winless in their first five league games.

One player has already switched between United and Blackpool this summer, after the U’s signed defender Jordan Thorniley on loan.