Sky Bet Championship outfit Cardiff City are attempting to ward off interest from Premier League clubs, by placing a £10 million price tag on David Marshall, according to Wales Online.
The first choice Scotland goalkeeper has been an instrumental figure for the Bluebirds, since his arrival from Norwich City in 2009.
The Bluebirds rejected a £5 million bid from West Brom in the summer for their captain and has earned rave reviews ever since their single season in the Premier League.
Cardiff have issued that the 30-year-old is indispensable to the club, and would only consider an offer that was too good to refuse.
Marshall has appeared 21 times for the South Wales side this season and has kept eight clean sheets for the club.
Cardiff currently occupy ninth in the Championship and have only lost three of their last 10 games.
Fans of the Welsh club would no doubt be gutted to lose their star performer in the January transfer window, but if they did sell him and receive a sizeable sum, the club could then reinvest in the squad and help enhance their chances of the getting a play-off spot.
Cardiff City’s next fixture is against Shrewsbury Town in the FA Cup on Sunday.
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