Bolton Wanderers, QPR and Blackburn Rovers are all interested in signing David McGoldrick on a free transfer, according to The Sun.
The 30-year-old is out of contract at Championship side Ipswich Town and is leaving them. He will not be short of options in the summer with various clubs showing an interest in signing him.
Bolton Wanderers are said to be keen on him. The Trotters tried to sign him in January but a move fell through. However, after securing their Championship status last Sunday they may move for McGoldrick on a free transfer as they look to strengthen their squad over the coming months.
Bolton’s rivals Blackburn Rovers are also being linked. Tony Mowbray’s side will be playing in the Championship next season following their promotion from League One and see McGoldrick as an ideal signing to bolster their attack.
QPR are the final club to be mentioned. They will be hoping for a better season in the next campaign and will have a new manager at the helm. Steve McClaren is expected to replace Ian Holloway so any chances of them landing McGoldrick may depend on whether the ex-England boss wants him.
McGoldrick is an experienced striker and has had spells at Notts County, Southampton, Nottingham Forest, Sheffield Wednesday, Coventry City and Ipswich Town. He has scored goals in the past and would be a decent signing for one of Bolton, Blackburn or QPR.