The sell on clauses are just like buses – two come at once!
Former striker Tom Bradshaw is set for a move away from recently relegated Barnsley – with Bolton, Millwall, Rotherham and Reading all fighting it out for the Welsh star.
— Nick Mashiter (@nickmashiter) June 21, 2018
All four clubs are rumoured to be ready to table a bid of £1m.
We understand that there is a sell on clause for the former striker but we are unsure what percentage is attached to him.
Bradshaw moved from the Saddlers to Barnsley in July 2016 for a fee reported to be around £600,000.
Bradshaw had a transfer request accepted by the Saddlers days before his move to Oakwell.
Bradshaw’s transfer request was submitted due to his ambitions to play more regularly for the Welsh National side despite him winning his first Welsh cap whilst playing for the Saddlers – in a friendly against Ukraine in March 2016.
Bradshaw scored forty goals in eighty-four appearances for the Saddlers before moving to Barnsley and he went onto score twenty goals in sixty appearances for Barnsley.