Millwall are being linked with a new bid for Barnsley striker Tom Bradshaw, as per a report by the Yorkshire Post.
The Championship side have been pursing a move for the Wales international throughout this transfer window and have already seen a bid rejected for him. Their fellow second tier sides Hull City and Ipswich Town have also been linked with him previously.
Millwall started off their Championship campaign with a 2-2 draw at home to Middlesbrough but were left disappointed after throwing away a 2-0 lead in the dying moments.
Neil Harris’ side are hoping for another big season and have so far signed Ben Amos on loan from Bolton Wanderers, Murray Wallace from Scunthorpe United and Jiri Skalak from Brighton and Hove Albion. They are now in the hunt for a striker with the transfer market shutting at 5pm on Thursday.
Tom Bradshaw is their key target but it would take a significant bid to lure him away from Barnsley. The Tykes, who were relegated to League One last season, are desperate to keep hold of the 25-year-old striker and have insisted he is not for sale.
He has been a key player for the Yorkshire side over the past couple of seasons despite their relegation. He scored a combined 20 goals in the Championship in the past two campaigns and the Tykes are hopeful that they can see off interest from Millwall and he can fire the goals this season to get them back to the second tier.