Birmingham City are keen on signing Bartosz Bialkowski from Ipswich Town this summer, according to Sky Sports News.
Despite being hit with a transfer embargo, Birmingham are continue to pursue several targets as they are hopeful that they can soon meet Financial Fair Play regulations and have the ban lifted.
Bialkowski is a top target as Birmingham hope to change their personnel in goal next season.
Both David Stockdale and Tomasz Kuszczak could leave the Blues this summer with Bialkowski lined up as the new number one.
The 31-year-old has been with Ipswich since 2014, having played for Southampton and Notts County prior to that, and he has won the club’s Player of the Year accolade in each of the last three seasons.
The once-capped Poland international has returned from World Cup duty and will have to make a decision on his future soon with the Tractor Boys desperate to keep him amid interest from Birmingham.
Bialkowski is a top goalkeeper at Championship level and winning three consecutive Player of the Year awards is testament to just how good he is.
The towering Pole is one of the most underrated performers in the division and would be an asset for Birmingham.
If the Blues can lift their transfer embargo and net Bialkowski, then that is fantastic business by Garry Monk’s men.
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