Jordan Luke Rhodes is a Scottish professional footballer who plays as a striker for Championship club Sheffield Wednesday and the Scottish national team. He started his career at Ipswich Town and after loan spells at Oxford United, Rochdale and Brentford he joined Huddersfield Town. In the 2011–12 season, he was the top scorer in England with 36 league goals, breaking Huddersfield's club record for most league goals scored in a season. In August 2012, he became English football's most expensive player outside the top flight when he joined Blackburn Rovers for an £8 million fee, equalling Blackburn's record transfer fee. In 2016, Rhodes joined Middlesbrough, briefly featuring in the Premier League. The following year he signed for Sheffield Wednesday. His season-long loan with Norwich City began in July 2018.
About Jordan Rhodes
Striker who joined the Blackburn Rovers in 2012 after three years with Huddersfield Town. He became a member of the Scottish national team in 2011.
Jordan Rhodes Before Fame
He began playing for Ipswich Town in 2005, where his father was a goalkeeping coach.
Achievement of Jordan Rhodes
He became the most expensive non-top flight player in England when he signed to Blackburn for 8 million pounds.
Jordan Rhodes Family Life
His father Andy was a goalkeeper for Scottish clubs.
Associations of Jordan Rhodes
He was briefly coached by Steve Kean after signing with Blackburn.
Information related to Jordan Rhodes
- Footballers from Oldham
- Scotland under-21 international footballers
- Oxford United F.C. players
- Ipswich Town F.C. players