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As Jon Whitney's Walsall head towards their final league game of the 2015/16 campaign, several clubs continue to be linked for a swoop for Saddlers striker Tom Bradshaw,who has almost equalled last season's twenty-goal haul.
As Jon Whitney's Walsall head towards their final league game of the 2015/16 campaign, several clubs continue to be linked for a swoop for Saddlers striker Tom Bradshaw,who has almost equalled last season's twenty-goal haul.

The Daily Mail and Birmingham Mail report that Sky Bet Championship sides Reading and Preston North End are pushing to sign Shrewsbury-born Bradshaw in the summer while the Saddlers' near-rivals Birmingham City have also shown interest over the past few months.

Tom has scored nineteen goals in the 2015/16 campaign, taking his club total to thirty-nine goals in eighty-three overall appearances.

Swindon Town had a bid for the striker rejected at the beginning of the season, reportedly in the region of £300,000, but it is thought it would take a significantly higher offer after another stellar campaign which could see Tom take his side to the second tier of the English game.

SOURCES | DAILY MAIL / BIRMINGHAM MAIL

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