Former England international Bobby Zamora is being linked with a move to Birmingham City, according to Vital Football.
Gary Rowett and Birmingham City are seemingly in the market for a striker to compliment Clayton Donaldson.
There is currently a shortage of strikers at St Andrews following Kyle Lafferty’s return to Norwich City and James Vaughan’s chronic injury concerns.
A potential striker who could be an astute low risk, low cost signing for the Blues would be Bobby Zamora, who has been released from Brighton and Hove Albion.
The 35-year-old striker infamous for his time at Fulham and winning goal in the play-off final for Queens Park Rangers- Zamora could be an effective short term stop gap for Birmingham City to have at their disposal.
It has been reported that Gary Rowett has been in contact with Bobby Zamora’s representatives and a move for the free agent could well be on the cards.
Birmingham City fans, how do you feel about the news? Would you like to see Zamora sign for your club? How would he fit into the system and how regularly do you think he would feature? Would he be a good signing or are there better options out there, if so, who? Let us hear your thoughts and opinions in the comment section below!