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Bristol City stance on move for QPR player outlined amid Birmingham City and Derby County interest



Bristol City have yet to make any contact with QPR over the possibility of securing a move for Albert Adomah this summer and the Robins have some reservations about re-signing the attacker, per Bristol Live.

Football League World revealed that Adomah is facing a key decision over his future this summer and the experienced attacker is thought to be a potential target for the likes of Bristol City, Derby County and Birmingham City.

That comes with Adomah believed to be weighing up his potential options this summer after struggling for regular starts at QPR last season. The 33-year-old did make 34 Championship appearances last term and scored two goals and provided five assists, but only seven of those appearances came from the start.

According to the latest report from Bristol Live, the Robins have yet to make any contact with QPR regarding the prospect of making a move to re-sign the attacker this summer.

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While the report also added that Bristol City could be reluctant to make a move for him because they are not prioritising players in the wider positions at this stage and he is of an age where there would be no potential resale value for the Robins.

The verdict

This update suggests that a move for Adomah this summer is unlikely for Bristol City, and that should provide QPR with a major boost to their prospects of keeping hold of the attacker. The 33-year-old is still a player that could have a real impact for the Rs next term and he is someone that is very popular amongst their fan base.

You can understand Bristol City being reluctant to make a move for Adomah this summer, he does not have much resale value at all left to him now given he is entering the latter part of his career. That perhaps suggests that the Robins are going to be recruiting younger players that have the potential to be developed under Nigel Pearson.

This update will be a boost to Derby and Birmingham’s chances of securing Adomah’s signature this summer, it would have been a real potential attractive option for him to return to Ashton Gate. Now that is off the table it seems, he will have a more straightforward choice to make over where his future lies this summer.

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Article title: Bristol City stance on move for QPR player outlined amid Birmingham City and Derby County interest

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