Date: 25th August 2013 at 10:17pm
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Nahki Wells’ breaking of a 50-year plus Bradford record not only put him into the record books but will only have intensified the speculation that he’ll be lured away from Yorkshire.

An eighth consecutive game with a goal was achieved when he put Bradford ahead against Sheffield United a minute before half time on Saturday, his second in the second half secured the points.

The Bermudan striker has been linked with clubs higher up the footballing pyramid for a while, these links will not go away and with the transfers window still open clubs will continue to be tempted.

Assistant boss Steve Parkin insists that the striker isn’t for sale and won’t be sold as the club isn’t looking to sell its best players, as if they do this they can’t move forward as they wish to.

Unfortunately money talks and this can make players walk…

Everyone has a price, and if a ridiculous offer is made for the striker they club would have to sell him.

If its not an offer of such a nature they wouldn’t and Wells would probably be best off staying with the Bantams for the remainder of this season at least.

I say that as its more than possible that if he can keep his form going he’ll be a championship player next season, with Bradford!

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