Former Crewe striker Vadaine Oliver is a transfer target for Exeter City, according to the Western Morning News.
The Sheffield born former Sheffield Wednesday trainee was signed by Crewe for an undisclosed fee in 2013.
Oliver only managed 42 appearances since, half of which were off the bench prompting a move on loan to Mansfield where he scored seven times in 32 appearances.
However, after failing to secure a regular first team place, he subsequently became a free agent when he returned to Alexandra after the club just managed to avoid the drop down to League Two.
But it seems he won’t be short of options with League Two trio Exeter City, Carlisle United and York City keen on landing the 23-year-old.
It seems though that Paul Tisdale’s Exeter are in pole position to clinch the player as they have shown the most solid interest thus far, although no formal approach has been noted as of yet.
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