Swindon Town hope to land a deal for former Sheffield Wednesday, Bury and Northampton Town striker Hallam Hope from Carlisle United, according to journalist Alan Nixon.
League Two side Swindon Town hope to land a deal for former Sheffield Wednesday, Bury and Northampton Town striker Hallam Hope from Carlisle United.
Alan Nixon tweeted: “SWINDON. Trying to buy Hallam Hope from CARLISLE.”
The striker had an impressive season at Brunton Park as he netted 17 goals in 45 appearances for Carlisle United last season.
He joined the club in summer 2017 and has since scored 28 goals in 93 appearances, but could be on his way to Swindon Town.
Prior to Carlisle United, Hope has had spells with Sheffield Wednesday, Bury and Northampton Town.
David Holdsworth, director of football at Carlisle United, believes Hallam Hope will remain a key part of the Carlisle United squad as he told News & Star: “Hallam wants to play at the highest level [he can]– his agent has expressed his view in that to me.
“Whilst Hallam hasn’t asked for a transfer, he still knows he’s part of our club.
“Until we were in a position that we received a bid that was fitting – and that goes for every player, not just Hallam – we will make sure he is 100 per cent focused on returning to us in pre-season.
“I like him as a person, as a man, and we feel he can contribute – but every player does have their value.
“I’ll do everything in my power to look after this football club.”