Nicolai Brock-Madsen is on the verge of sealing his exit from Birmingham City, according to The Birmingham Mail.
Cracovia look set to complete the signing of Nicolai Brock-Madsen from Birmingham on a loan deal until the end of the season.
Brock-Madsen is understood to have agreed to move to Cracovia on loan and a deal is in place between the two clubs with just a medical standing in the way of this deal being finalised.
The 25-year-old has only made eight appearances for Birmingham since his 2015 switch from Danish side Randers FC.
Last season, he spent time out on loan in Holland, playing for PEC Zwolle and scoring a respectable ten goals in 25 outings for the Dutch side.
But he has struggled to break into the first team at St Andrew’s once again this season, failing to make a first team appearance and being forced to train with the under-23 side.
The former Denmark youth international, who has also represented his country in the Olympics, is set to complete a loan move to Polish side Cracovia.
Birmingham are set to monitor his progress in the Ekstraklasa – Poland’s top division – but his future at the club looks bleak.
Brock-Madsen has never hit the heights expected of him in Birmingham. The 6ft 3in striker could have been a useful target man to have as a different dimension but he has struggled to settle in England. A loan move this month could pave the way for a permanent departure in the summer.
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