Birmingham City have offered Jordan Spence a trial with the Championship outfit, according to The Birmingham Mail.
Jordan Spence has been searching for a new club since parting ways with Milton Keynes last summer when his contract expired.
The 26-year-old is predominantly a right back, but he can also play elsewhere across the back line.
Gary Rowett has admitted that he is looking at the free agent market due to a defensive crisis and he is hoping to bring in some cover soon.
This is due to a season-ending injury to Rhoys Wiggins, a long-term injury to Paul Caddis and a three match suspension to Jonathan Spector.
Jordan Spence could feature for Birmingham’s under-23 side against Sheffield United today, subject to clearance.
The former England under-21 international played over 100 games for Milton Keynes during two loan spells and then a permanent deal in 2014.
He previously played for Premier League West Ham, where he graduated through the academy, and he has recently been training with Rotherham too.
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