The Rumour Mill | Walsall Linked With Bolton Wanderers Striker
Bescot Banter logo
 
READ OUR LATEST COLUMN IN SATURDAY'S EXPRESS & STAR
The Rumour Mill | Walsall Linked With Bolton Wanderers Striker
 
The Rumour Mill | Walsall Linked With Bolton Wanderers Striker

The Rumour Mill | Walsall Linked With Bolton Wanderers Striker

Jon Whitney's Saddlers continue to be linked with players from up and down the country, some signings appear more likely than others. Here is the latest on today's potential new arrival.
With the 2017/18 League One campaign kicking off in just over six week's time the Saddlers continue to be linked with a wide range of players. Today's so-called target is a 25-year-old striker.

Manager Jon Whitney is keen to add to his frontline ahead of the start of the season, something that is especially urgent following the surprise departure of record signing Andreas Makris, who recently joined Cypriot champions APOEL.

The Saddlers are believed to be among the teams tracking Bolton Wanderers striker Jamie Proctor, who spent part of last season on-loan with Carlisle United where he bagged four goals in seventeen league appearances.

Preston-born Proctor is a product of Preston North End's academy system and rose through the ranks of his boyhood club to turn professional in 2010.

Jamie has made over two-hundred and fifty appearances during his career and, along with Preston, Carlisle and Bolton, has played for the likes of Swansea City, Crawley Town, Fleetwood Town and Bradford City.

Recently relegated side Rotherham United are believed to have had a bid accepted for Proctor but both Walsall and Doncaster Rovers are said to be willing to match the offer as they seek his signature.

Don't forget, you can also join us across social media, we're @BescotBanter on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

About Bescot Banter

Bescot Banter is an independent look at Walsall Football Club

MORE OF THE LATEST HEADLINES
Follow Us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram
 EARLY BIRD SEASON TICKETS   450 TICKETS SOLD AS OFFER MAKES A BRIEF RETURN