By Jason McKeown
Width of a Post understands that Hull City striker Aaron McLean could be lining up to sign for Bradford City as Nahki Wells’ replacement. The 30-year-old has been restricted to just 11 appearances for the newly-promoted Premier League Tigers, although did score in their last match, a 2-0 FA Cup victory over Middlesbrough.
McLean began his career at Leyton Orient and made his name at Peterborough United, where he was a key part of their double promotion from League Two to the Championship, between 2007 and 2009. Earlier this season, Aaron had a loan spell at Birmingham.
Another name mentioned to us this afternoon is former City loanee Chris Dagnall, who Phil Parkinson brought to Valley Parade two seasons ago. Dagnall subsequently re-established himself at Barnsley but has struggled to get game time with the Championship club this season. He has just completed a loan spell at Coventry and being made a free agent by Barnsley.