Bradford City striker Billy Clarke will be in high demand this summer with a number of teams fighting it out to secure his signature.
According to the Daily Mail, Peterborough, Preston, Sheffield United and Wigan (who have now been condemned to League 1) will battle it out to try and sign him at the end of the season.
He has bagged 13 goals for the Bantams since signing on a permanent deal in 2014 and the club won’t be too keen on losing him.
He has just one year left on his current deal, meaning he would be available on the cheap too if he doesn’t put pen to paper on a new deal at Valley Parade.
It has now been confirmed that Wigan will be relegated to League 1 next season and they will want to recruit some more players, especially ones with experience of the league, to help them try and bounce straight back up.
However, as mentioned they aren’t the only team keeping tabs on Clarke and they will face a battle to sign him, with Preston potentially offering the lure of Championship football if they can secure promotion on Sunday.
The same applies to Sheffield United, who could do the same if they win the play-offs.