Western Sydney Wanderers striker Mark Bridge could be about to make the switch to Changrai United after the Thai Premier League club submitted a lucrative offer to the forward.
Bridge, 30, has been with the Wanderers since their very first match in 2012 and has been an integral part of the squad that has made three grand finals in four seasons, playing as both a striker and left-winger.
However, the Penrith-raised forward has long been thought to be headed for the exit at the end of this season as he looks to land a final pay-day on which to secure his future.
While speculation was abuzz that he would be headed to the cashed-up Chinese Super League this off-season, sources close to the player revealed on Sunday that he had received an offer from the northern Thailand club that would more than double his present salary with the Wanderers.
However, a transfer fee between the Wanderers and Changrai has not been finalised as yet and Bridge, who scored 25 goals in 95 games with the Wanderers, cannot move anyway until the opening of the Thai transfer window in June.
Via: Sydney Morning Herald