Vaughan makes Bradford move on three-year deal
Bradford have made former EvertonstrikerJames Vaughan their ninth signing of the summer.
The 30-year-old has put pen to player on a three-year deal with the Bantams, who were relegated last season after finishing bottom of League One.
The much-travelled Vaughan counts the likes of Birmingham, Huddersfield, Sunderland and Crystal Palace among his former clubs, and spent last season on loan at Portsmouth from Wigan.
He also represented England at various youth levels and still holds the record as the youngest player to score in the Premier League.
Vaughansaid on his new club’s website: ‘I am excited to be sinking my teeth into this challenge – and helping get this club back to where it should be.
‘There is only one thing we can be aiming for this season really.
And that is promotion.
‘ Bradford bossGary Bowyer said: ‘This is a fantastic signing for us.
Our supporters demand passion and pride and – along with his quality – James brings exactly that.’