Busy period continues for Bradford City with arrival of midfielder Jake Reeves

NEW FACE: Jake Reeves, in action for AFC Wimbledon against Sheffield United last season. Picture: Jamie Tyerman/Sportimage.
NEW FACE: Jake Reeves, in action for AFC Wimbledon against Sheffield United last season. Picture: Jamie Tyerman/Sportimage.
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BRADFORD CITY have completed their third signing in the space of seven days with the signing of AFC Wimbledon midfielder Jake Reeves for a fee reported to be worth at least £150,000.

The arrival of Reeves, 24, follows on from the signing of Accrington forward Shay McCartan for another six-figure fee, with Reeves’ Dons team-mate Dominic Poleon also joining the Bantams last week.

The signing of ex-Tottenham trainee Reeves takes City’s number of close-season signings to five, with Charlton full-back Adam Chicksen and Peterborough United winger Paul Taylor also joining last month.

Tony McMahon and Rouven Sattelmaier have also agreed new 12-month deals along with veteran defender Matt Kilgallon.

Speaking recently about Lewisham-born Reeves - whose former clubs include Brentford and Swindon Town, Bantams chief Stuart McCall said: “He’s one of a number we are interested in and again ticks a lot of the boxes.

“He’s got a lot of games under his belt for that age at this level as well as in the Championship with Brentford.”