Peterborough United striker Luke James is set to join League One rivals Bradford City, according to reports from Peterborough Today.
The 20-year-old, who signed from Hartlepool United for £500,000, only managed to score a measly two goals in his 34 appearances for Posh last season.
Bradford have revealed that they have paid a loan fee and that there is no recall clause in his contract with the Yorkshire side, it is understood that James has been training with the Bantams for the past week.
The Posh placed James on the transfer list at the end of last season but stated that they wanted to send him out on loan rather than sell in hope that the 20-year-old would rediscover the form he had at Hartlepool that caught the eye of them in the first place.
Despite the promising start for James as he scored on his debut for the club in a Capital One Cup victory over Leyton Orient, he only managed a solitary goal in the League One campaign.
Peterborough fans, Is this a good move by your club to allow him to go out on loan?mBradford fans, Is he a good signing? Will he rediscover his form at your club and help you attempt to gain promotion?Let us know with your comments below.