Bristol City have had a bid accepted for Walsall striker Tom Bradshaw, according to Mirror journalist Alex Richards.
It is believed that City already had a bid rejected for the highly rated 23-year old earlier in the transfer window.
Bradshaw started his career at Aberystwyth Town, where he made four appearances before being signed up by Shrewsbury Town.
He made the move to Walsall in 2014 after 89 appearances for the Shrews, and has scored 28 goals in 53 games for the Saddlers.
He has also made appearances for the Under 19 and Under 21 Welsh national sides, and has been called up to the senior international squad in recent times.
The striker has been the centre of many transfer rumours throughout January, and it now looks like a move may be in the offing.
This move should help Bristol City’s survival hopes – they sit 22nd and have scored the second least amount of goals this season. Walsall, on the other hand, will miss the man from Wales as he is by and away their top scorer with eleven league goals this term.
Walsall fans, what do you think? Will Bradshaw’s move dent your promotion hopes? Bristol City fans, can he keep you up from the drop? Let us know in the comments below!