According to a report in the Express and Star, Barnsley are ready to up their offer for Walsall striker Tom Bradshaw.
Earlier in the week, it was suggested that Glasgow Rangers were leading the race for Bradshaw.
Mark Warburton has identified the Welsh international as a player he would like to bring to Ibrox this summer.
It was expected that Rangers would complete a transfer for Bradshaw in the near future, with Walsall boss Jon Whitney hinting his side’s prized striker was on his way out.
However, Barnsley are now believed to be preparing to up their offer for Bradshaw - leaving Rangers’ chances of signing the striker in doubt.
Barnsley have reportedly offered Walsall £500,000 for Bradshaw, as they aim to complete a deal for the striker.
It is unknown whether the Saddlers will accept the offer, but the Express and Star say that the League One side are determined not to lose Bradshaw on the cheap, as they are under no pressure to sell.