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Tom Bradshaw's Barnsley Move is Confirmed
 
Tom Bradshaw's Barnsley Move is Confirmed
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Tom Bradshaw's Barnsley Move is Confirmed
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Tom Bradshaw's Barnsley Move is Confirmed

8:39 pm Thursday, 14 July 2016  
Barnsley have confirmed that, following a summer of speculation and a midweek transfer request, 23-year-old Welsh international striker Tom Bradshaw has completed a transfer to the Sky Bet Championship side, for an undisclosed fee.
Barnsley have confirmed that, following a summer of speculation and a midweek transfer request, 23-year-old Welsh international striker Tom Bradshaw has completed a transfer to the Sky Bet Championship side, for an undisclosed fee.


Shrewsbury-born Bradshaw, who joined the Saddlers from his hometown club in the summer of 2014, saw a huge upturn in form following his move to the Banks's Stadium as he would go on to score forty goals in eighty-six first-team appearances, much improved from the seventeen in ninety-seven he managed for Salop.

As reported on earlier Thursday evening, the deal is likely to mirror that of former Saddler Troy Deeney, who joined Watford for £500,000 in the summer of 2010. His transfer entitled Walsall to a series of add-ons including an extra £75,000 if the Hornets reached the Premier League, plus a further £75,000 if they retained top-flight status with the Birmingham-born attacker still in the squad.

Tom, who had been linked with a move to several other clubs including Rangers, Birmingham City, Preston North End and most recently Rotherham United, has signed a three-year deal and is just one of many players to depart the club over the summer as recently appointed first-team manager Jon Whitney seeks to rebuild his side following last season's Play-Off reaching campaign.

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