Gillingham striker Adam Birchall has received interest from Skrill Premier side Woking
Gillingham striker Adam Birchall Picture: Barry Goodwin
Adam Birchall looks set to stay at Gills a little longer, after a proposed deal to Woking collapsed.
Striker Birchall was in talks with the Skrill Premier side over a loan move away from Priestfield last week.
His chances in the Gills team have lessened following the arrival on loan of Jack Marriott, a player who was recently banging in the goals for Woking.
But it doesn’t look as if Birchall will be Woking’s replacement striker.
Gills boss Peter Taylor said: “As far as I am concerned that is probably dead at the minute.”
Birchall was due to play for the club’s development side on Tuesday afternoon at Oxford United, in a game that finished 1-1.
Another player who the Gills have made available is midfielder Charlie Allen. But the club have yet to receive any worthy offers.
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