Well this is an interesting one.
According to The Sun journalist Alan Nixon, Bolton Wanderers are reportedly interested in Blackburn Rovers striker, Danny Graham.
Graham, who will turn 33 in August, has been offered a new contract by Rovers.
Lancashire Telegraph journalist Rich Sharpe has confirmed that the clause Nixon mentions became null and void when Rovers were relegated back in 2017.
RE: Danny Graham. The option that was in his contact became redundant when #Rovers were relegated. So he’s out of contract as of the end of this month. However, he wants to stay at Rovers and I expect that he will. https://t.co/UI23aMuWCl— Rich Sharpe (@richsharpe89) June 9, 2018
The experienced striker scored 17 times for Blackburn last season, as the side were promoted back to The Championship. Due to his great form, Graham made it into the PFA League One team of the year.
Graham started his career with Middlesbrough, before moving on to play for Carlisle United, Watford FC, Swansea City and Sunderland.
Throughout his career, Graham has scored 149 career goals, and has a 1in3 record in The Championship.
But are his best days behind him?
I’ve no doubt Graham would bring a wealth of experience to a Wanderers side that looks set to be younger than in recent years, although I just can’t see him wanting to leave.
Rovers expect him to sign a new deal, so I just don’t see this one happening.
Anyway, do you think Danny Graham would be a good signing for Wanderers? Is there another striker you’d want to see at The Macron? Let us know in the comments box below.