Bristol City hold an interest in Huddersfield Town midfielder Alex Pritchard ahead of the summer, according to Bristol Live.
Nigel Pearson will be hoping to guide his side to a strong end to the season, before looking to strengthen his squad ahead of the 2021/22 Championship campaign.
According to Bristol Live, Alex Pritchard is a target for the Robins as Pearson prepares to add bodies to his squad.
Pritchard could well be a free agent in the summer, with his contract at the John Smith’s Stadium running out at the end of the season.
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The 27-year-old has made 18 appearances in the Championship this season, but only have six of those have been starts. He hasn’t found the net and has been unable to register a single assist.
The midfielder was offered to a number of clubs in January, but he failed to seal a move away and his future at Huddersfield remains uncertain.
You feel that Pritchard needs a fresh start as he has been unable to enjoy his football at Huddersfield due to a number of reasons.
He’s still at a good age, and a change of scenery and a move to Bristol could be a good one for him.
He’s a good technical player who has done well at this level before, and if he can have a good pre-season and build up his fitness, then there is no reason to say why this one cannot work out.