Bialkowski could be keen on a move back to the Championship, after he was relegated to League One with Ipswich Town last season.
It was a season to forget for everyone associated with the club, and their relegation is likely to lead to a number of departures as they adjust to life in the third tier of English football.
Bialkowski could be one of the first heading for the Portman Road exit door, and Birmingham could certainly benefit from signing a goalkeeper of his quality.
But one man that certainly won’t be keen on the goalkeeper’s arrival is Birmingham’s current first-choice shot-stopper, Lee Camp.
Camp has made 44 league appearances for the Blues this season, and despite having 12 clean sheets to his name, he has struggled at times this in this year’s campaign.
At the age of 34, Camp doesn’t have age on his side, and Bialkowski arguably could be a stronger option to have between the sticks ahead of next season.
Birmingham were unlucky to fall down the Championship league table after a points deduction for breaching FFP regulations.
But with no points deduction in place for this season, the Blues will fancy their chances of finishing inside the top six, which is exactly what the supporters will be after.
Camp has every reason to be fearing for his starting spot, as Bialkowski is an experienced goalkeeper, that has been a regular for Ipswich for the last five seasons.
It’s set to be an interesting summer ahead at St Andrew’s, with a potentially season defining transfer window ahead of them before their season gets underway in August.