Millwall are reportedly interested in signing Bradford City’s Mark Marshall this summer, with the forward yet to agree a new contract at Valley Parade, reports the Yorkshire Post.
Marshall was Bradford’s standout performer during the 2016/17 campaign, making 50 appearances across all competitions and scoring six goals, as he was named the club’s Player of the Year.
The 30-year old was part of Stuart McCall’s starting XI throughout the play-offs, as Bradford went within 90 minutes of a return to the Championship, suffering a heart breaking defeat to Millwall in the play-off final last month.
Millwall are now looking to take advantage of the doubt surrounding Marshall’s future, by giving him a chance to make the step up into the Championship next season.
Marshall is out-of-contract with Bradford this summer, and despite the Bantams offering the forward a new deal, he is yet to commit his future to the club.
Bradford have already lost one high-profile player to Millwall this summer, with James Meredith opting against renewing his contract at Valley Parade, in favour of a move to the Den.
Billy Clarke is another expected departure from Bradford this summer, with Charlton Athletic agreeing a transfer-fee with the Bantams for the striker.
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