Nottingham Forest and Leeds United are being linked with a summer move for Barnsley striker Tom Bradshaw, as per a report by the Nottingham Post.
The Wales international is attracting interest from fellow Championship sides. The report suggests that Reading and Birmingham City are also keen on him.
Bradshaw has scored 12 goals in all competitions with 9 coming in the Championship this season. He will be a key player for Barnsley in their battle for survival now. However, the Tykes could face a battle to hold onto him this summer.
Both Nottingham Forest and Leeds United are being linked with a move for him as they look to bolster their attacks for next season. Leeds boss Paul Hcekingbottom knows the 25-year-old well from their time at Oakwell together and this could give the Whites an advantage.
Forest boss Aitor Karanka is expected to be a busy man this summer as he looks to make some signing to put his own stamp on the squad. Bradshaw could be a target for him as he looks to do this.
Bradshaw started his career at Welsh side Aberystwyth Town before earning himself a move to Shrewsbury Town in 2009. He spent five seasons with the Shrews before signing for Walsall in June 2014 after Shrewsbury got relegated.
He was prolific for the Saddlers and scored a combined 40 goals in 86 games which resulted in him getting a move to Championship side Barnsley in August 2016. He has carried on his goal scoring exploits with the Tykes and managed 8 last season.
A move to another Championship could now be on the cards for him. This is a story to keep an eye on.