Reading are keen on a summer move for Barnsley striker Tom Bradshaw, according to Sky Sports.

The Wales international striker could leave Oakwell in the summer if the Tykes are relegated from the Championship and Reading are keeping a close eye on his situation.

The 25-year-old has scored 12 goals in all competitions for Barnsley this season, with 9 coming in the league. He has improved on the 8 goals he got in the last campaign for the Yorkshire club.

Reading is a possible destination for him and their new manager, Paul Clement, will be looking at potential signings in preparation for next season as he looks to help the Royals improve on what has been a poor campaign for them.

The Royals got to the Play-Off final last year under Jaap Stam but have struggled to bounce back. They will therefore be looking for players to help them get back up there and Tom Bradshaw could be ideal.

He has proven that he can score goals at this level and would be a good signing by Reading. However, they may have to face competition from fellow Championship sides for his signature.

Bradshaw has been a proven goal scorer in the Football League over the past five years. After starting his career at Welsh side Aberystwyth Town  he has gone onto have successful spells at Shrewsbury Town and Walsall. He joined Barnsley in 2016 but could be heading to Reading this summer.