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Tom Bradshaw's Millwall Move Made Permanent
 
Tom Bradshaw's Millwall Move Made Permanent

Tom Bradshaw's Millwall Move Made Permanent

5:50 pm Thursday, 3 January 2019  
Walsall's League One rivals Barnsley have confirmed that former Saddlers striker Tom Bradshaw has completed a permanent switch to Millwall.
Shrewsbury-born Bradshaw, who joined the London side on an initial loan deal during the summer, is currently sidelined with a serious knee ligament injury which could see him miss the rest of the season as he looks to recover after undergoing surgery in November.

Tom Bradshaw has today joined Millwall FC on a permanent deal, after initially leaving Oakwell on loan in August.

Everyone at Barnsley Football Club would like to thank Tom for his efforts in a Barnsley shirt and wish him the very best of luck at The Den.
- Barnsley FC

It is understood that Walsall, who sold Bradshaw to the Tykes in the summer of 2016, will receive a portion of the profit which the Oakwell club made on his switch to the Den, something that will no doubt be welcomed by manager Dean Keates as he looks to add to his squad over the coming weeks.

Tom, a Welsh international who joined the Saddlers from Shrewsbury in 2014, made eighty-six appearances for the club, scoring forty goals and earning the love of much of the Saddlers faithful before departing for pastures new after two solid seasons.

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