Millwall are edging closer to sealing a deal for Barnsley striker Tom Bradshaw with the clubs currently in advanced talks, reports Sky Sports.
Good signing for the Lions?
He’d be strong for Millwall.
The Lions will need that bit more energy and tenacity up front if they are to challenge for the top six again this season.
Bradshaw would help deliver that and more and would likely do well under Harris.
What a signing.
I really like Bradshaw and think he will bring a lot to Neil Harris’ squad.
The striker has enough about him to make an impact in the Championship and add another dimension to Millwall’s attack.
At the reported price, he seems like a bit of a bargain too.
For the right price, yes. Millwall will always be shopping in the bargain baskets, not the high-end stores and Bradshaw won’t cost seven figures.
He might just bang in a few goals though and give them a healthy return on their investment.
This is a big investment judging by Millwall’s history of spending and Bradshaw has been far from prolific in the Championship.
But the 25-year-old is improving with each season he plays at this level and could be a shrewd long-term addition for the Lions.
The Welshman offers something different to Steve Morison and Lee Gregory and it will be good for Harris to have a plan B.
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