Bristol City and Huddersfield are targeting a transfer for Peterborough star Jonson Clarke-Harris, while Sunderland is also eyeing the Posh striker, who was voted League One Player of the Year last season.
- Bristol City and Huddersfield to sign Peterborough’s Jonson Clarke-Harris
- Sunderland could tempt him to drop a division and win promotion for them
- Clarke-Harris has scored four goals in 14 Championship appearances this season
Peterborough striker Jonson Clarke-Harris has been a target for two Championship clubs this month.
Bristol City and Huddersfield are after the posh hit man, while League One Sunderland is also keeping an eye on his situation.
Clarke-Harris has been in and out of Peterborough this season, but he has still scored four goals and provided two assists in 14 championship starts.
Jonson Clarke-Harris scored 31 goals for Peterborough United in League One last season
Bristol City see former Bristol Rovers man Clarke-Harris as someone who can get them to safety in the championship, while Huddersfield wants his targets to increase their promotion bid.
Sunderland have long been admirers of Clarke-Harris and believe his firepower could help their hopes of promotion from League One.
Clarke-Harris was the top scorer with 31 in League One last season and was named EFL League One Player of the Year, but could now leave London Road.