Former Walsall striker Tom Bradshaw has this evening completed his permanent move to Championship side Millwall from Barnsley.
Bradshaw joined Millwall during the summer on a loan deal until January but the deal has been made permanent today.
Bradshaw is currently ruled out for the remainder of the season following damage to his knee ligaments however Millwall had a clause in the deal to make it permanent.
The Saddlers will receive a percentage of the reported £1.3m fee however it remains to be seen how much we will receive as the club keeps everything undisclosed!
Bradshaw left the Saddlers for Barnsley in 2016 for an undisclosed fee reported to be £650,000 after scoring forty goals in eighty-four games.
Bradshaw has scored twenty goals in eighty appearances for Barnsley but is yet to find the target in Millwall colours.
Bradshaw has represented Wales on three occasions – one of which came whilst he was playing for the Saddlers.