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2 bids rejected: Millwall and Championship rivals rebuffed in efforts to sign 12-goal striker

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Barnsley have rejected two bids from Championship clubs for striker Tom Bradshaw, according to The Yorkshire Post.

Bradshaw is the subject of major Championship interest following Barnsley’s relegation to the second tier and Millwall are one of the clubs who have seen a bid turned down.

Bolton Wanderers, Reading and Rotherham United are three other clubs said to be keen on the Wales international.

Bradshaw netted 12 goals in all competitions last season to become the top scorer at the club, including nine in 26 Championship starts, but he could not prevent Barnsley from suffering relegation to the third tier.

With the Tykes set for a season in League One, they are struggling to hold onto Bradshaw, who is wanted by some Championship sides.

But they will not lose the former Walsall striker on the cheap and have so far held firm despite offers being made for his services.

The 25-year-old is not the only striker that Barnsley are facing a battle to keep, with Kieffer Moore also a target for teams in the Championship.

The Verdict

Bradshaw would be a decent signing for Millwall as he offers something different to Steve Morison and Lee Gregory.

After two decent seasons in the Championship, he will be looking to better his goal tally next year and he is improving with age.

Bradshaw is now entering the prime of his career and he would be useful for any of these four aforementioned Championship outfits.

Barnsley fans – Can you keep Bradshaw? Bolton, Millwall, Reading and Rotherham fans – Would you like to sign him? Let us know below…

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