Bristol City are still looking at ways in which they can strengthen their current squad ahead of the start of the 2021/22 campaign.
The Robins have already been busy in the current transfer window, with the likes of Matty James, Andy King and Rob Atkinson all joining from Leicester City, Oud-Heverlee Leuven and Oxford United respectively.
Meanwhile they have also seen several names leave Ashton Gate as Nigel Pearson continues to turn over his squad, with the likes of Henri Lansbury, Famara Diedhiou, Marley Watkins and Liam Walsh all moving on to pastures new.
Pearson will now be looking to add further depth to his side’s ranks, with various areas of the team being in need of some surgery before the window is done and dusted.
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The former Cambridge United striker is currently without a club after leaving the Abbey Stadium on a free transfer and is the type of natural born goal scorer that the Robins have been dying out for.
Still aged just 26, the frontman was in superb form for the U’s last term as he hit 33 goals across all competitions and helped the club to promotion to Sky Bet League One.
He would work really well alongside Bristol City’s other forward options in a front two and is sure to be relishing the opportunity to test himself at a higher level.
Given that he would cost next to nothing this summer, this is certainly an option that the Robins should consider.
The former Coventry City striker would arguably be the ideal replacement for Diedhiou this summer and is certainly a target man who knows the Championship well from his time with the Sky Blues.
Biamou was hardly prolific during his time with the Midlands club but was always a tricky player for centre backs to defend against.
Bringing him into Ashton Gate this summer would give the Robins more of an option to go direct as they did have with Diedhiou in the side previously.
Plus if they can get the former Sutton United man scoring goals on a regular basis it could prove to be a very shrewd addition by Pearson and co.