League 1 club Walsall have insisted that star striker Tom Bradshaw will only be sold if a suitable offer is submitted according to the Express & Star.
The 23 year old Shrewsbury born striker has just 12 months remaining on his deal at The Bescot Stadium and The Saddlers could cash in on their prized asset this summer to avoid the player leaving for free next summer.
Walsall have already seen a number of influential players leave this club during the close season after the club missed out on promotion last season and The Saddlers insist that Bradshaw will not be sold on the cheap.
Championship new boys Barnsley have already seen a £250,000 offer rising to £400,000 for the striker rejected while Rotherham United, Reading and Nottingham Forest continue to be linked with the player.
Bradshaw signed for Walsall in summer 2014 for a reported £50,000 fee from local rivals Shrewsbury Town and the striker has gone on to bag 40 goals for the club in just two seasons.
The striker is on the fringes of the Welsh international set up and Bradshaw could favour a move away from The Bescot Stadium to pursue his international dream. The player was initially selected in Chris Coleman’s squad for the European Championships but had to withdraw with a calf injury.