Hull City are interested in signing Barnsley striker Tom Bradshaw, according to Hull Live.
The Wales international is looking to leave Barnsley this summer. The72 reported yesterday that Millwall were closing in on signing him, however, it now appears that Hull City could try and hijack their move.
The Tigers are in the hunt for a striker and may see Bradshaw as an ideal signing. They raided Barnsley in January to sign Angus McDonald and could now swoop for Bradshaw this summer and persuade him to stay up north, rather than move to London to join Millwall.
Hull have been busy over recent days in the transfer market and have signed three players in three days. David Milinkovic, Reece Burke and Jordy de Wijs have all joined the club from Genoa, West Ham United and PSV Eindhoven respectively. They are now looking to further bolster their squad by adding a new striker to their ranks.
Tom Bradshaw is proven in the Championship and fits Hull’s transfer policy of this summer by being young and having a point to prove. He has scored a combined 20 goals in the past two seasons in the Championship but could not prevent Barnsley from slipping into League One in the last campaign.
Prior to moving to Barnsley in 2016, Bradshaw played for Aberystwyth Town, Shrewsbury Town and Walsall. He had an impressive goal scoring record in the lower leagues and carried this on in the second tier. Bradshaw would be a great signing for a Championship club this summer, but will it be Hull City or Millwall where he ends up?