Date: 15th August 2015 at 6:54pm
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Walsall have rejected a bid from Swindon Town for star striker Tom Bradshaw.

Speaking after the Saddlers’ 2-0 win at Southend United this afternoon, manager Dean Smith revealed the Robins had tabled an offer for their top goalscorer before simply stating he was “not for sale”.

22 March 2015 - Johnstones Paint Trophy Final - Bristol City v Walsall - Tom Bradshaw of Walsall.Photo: Ryan Smyth/Offside

The 23-year-old, who joined Walsall from Shrewsbury Town only last year, has already scored four goals in three appearances this season for the League One outfit, including a stunning hat-trick against Nottingham Forest in the League Cup.

After scoring 20 goals last season, it is understood Swindon’s approach for the former Wales Under-21 international is well below Walsall’s valuation.

Boss Smith added: “We don’t want to sell him. I believe there has been a bid but (Swindon manager) Mark Cooper has not spoken to me.”

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