Exclusive: Gillingham agree to sign 25-year-old who's just quit Wolves
Gillingham have agreed contract terms to sign Jordan Graham on a free transfer after his exit from Wolves, Football Insider understands.
The 25-year-old winger was on loan at Priestfield for the second half of last season and made a total of seven appearances following his January move.
A source at the Gills has told Football Insider that the versatile attacker has agreed a one-year deal with the club after he became a free agent this summer.
A left-winger by trade, Graham initially joined Wolves on loan from Midlands rivals Aston Villa back in November 2014 before he was signed permanently in January 2015.
He spent much of his time at Molineux out on loan with spells at the likes of Oxford United, Ipswich Town, Fulham and Gillingham.
The 25-year-old played just 17 times for Wolves in his five-and-a-half-year spell at the club, with his one and only goal coming in a 2-0 Championship win over Charlton in 2015.
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He was shipped out to Gillingham back in January but only made two starts and contributed one assist under manager Steve Evans.
However, despite his mixed form he has agreed to return to Priestfield this summer and is set to complete a move which will see him tied down until next year.
Evans and his men are looking to improve on a 10th-placed finish last season, with the Gills nine points off the play-off places.
The club have already signed Jacob Mellis, Vadaine Oliver and Ryan Jackson on free transfers, while they have also brought in Zach Medley on loan from Arsenal.
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