The article from The Sun states:
“DAVID McGOLDRICK is set for contract offers from QPR, Bolton and Blackburn.
The Republic of Ireland forward, 30, is out of contract at Ipswich and FIVE clubs are interested in snapping him up on a free.
Blackburn want to bolster their attack with the ex-Nottingham Forest star following promotion to the Championship.
Bolton almost signed him in January in a £500,000 deal but ran out of time on deadline day, with QPR also among the clubs looking at him.”
Phil Parkinson touted David McGoldrick as a potential replacement for Gary Madine, but Wanderers couldn’t get the deal done before the January window closed.
McGoldrick is a proven Championship goalscorer, having scored 60 times in 273 games for Ipswich Town, Southampton and Nottingham Forest.
The 30 year old Republic of Ireland international is in high demand, but would he make a good signing for Wanderers?
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