Rotherham to Break Transfer Record as Bradshaw Speculation Continues Rotherham to Break Transfer Record as Bradshaw Speculation Continues

Rotherham to Break Transfer Record as Bradshaw Speculation Continues

Rotherham United manager Alan Stubbs, who is understood to be pursuing Walsall striker Tom Bradshaw, has spoken to the press and admitted that the club could break their transfer record if they land one of their big summer transfer targets.
Rotherham United manager Alan Stubbs, who is understood to be pursuing Walsall striker Tom Bradshaw, has spoken to the press and admitted that the club could break their transfer record if they land one of their big summer transfer targets.

Speaking via The Yorkshire Post, Stubbs said; "We have at the moment got a couple of bids in for players. Obviously, I cannot say too much about them. One of them is significant. We are just waiting to hear back from them."

When asked whether Walsall's Tom Bradshaw among his immediate targets, he said; "No comment. You can read into that what you want, rightly or wrongly. I cannot speak about individuals that are still at football clubs. It would be wrong to do that. As a football club we want to try to do our business the right way. All I will say is that we are trying to be very active right now.

"We have been waiting on one for over a week now and it’s getting towards the stage where we will have to move on sooner or later. But on some of them, I've got to say, I am prepared to wait a little bit longer because they will be worth the wait if we can get them."

With Walsall seeking around £900,000 for Bradshaw, any potential transfer would comfortably break the Millers' club record fee of £350,000, which they paid for Oldham Athletic striker Jonson Clarke-Harris in September 2014.

SOURCE | THE YORKSHIRE POST
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