Walsall Facing Competition as Bradford City Chase Jordy Hiwula
 
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Walsall Facing Competition as Bradford City Chase Jordy Hiwula
 
Walsall Facing Competition as Bradford City Chase Jordy Hiwula

Walsall Facing Competition as Bradford City Chase Jordy Hiwula

As Walsall manager Jon Whitney seeks to bolster his attacking line-up, the Saddlers are believed to be facing competition for Huddersfield Town striker Jordy Hiwula, with League One rivals Bradford City also keen to secure the youngster's signature.
As Walsall manager Jon Whitney seeks to bolster his attacking line-up, the Saddlers are believed to be facing competition for Huddersfield Town striker Jordy Hiwula, with League One rivals Bradford City also keen to secure the youngster's signature.


21-year-old, Manchester born Hiwula, who enjoyed a second successful loan spell at the Banks's Stadium last season, joined the Terriers on a three-year deal from Manchester City last summer, but failed to make an impact as he was loaned out to Wigan Athletic and the Saddlers where he gained some first-team football.

"Jordy I would love to get back in. He might be beyond our remit. But I have expressed my interest and called Jordy two or three times. It has been very open and honest. I like him as a kid. I think that me and my coaching staff can develop him as a player and I think we can take him to another level. Whether that is realistic or viable is up to them but I see Jordy as part of Walsall Football Club."
- Jon Whitney

As seen above, Jon Whitney has already stated his desire to add Jordy to his squad, and with a recently boosted transfer fund following Thursday's disappointing departure of Welsh international striker Tom Bradshaw to Barnsley, could make a move in the very near future.

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