Bristol City have thrust themselves right back into the Championship play-off mix, after coming from behind twice to snatch a 3-2 win against title contender’s Sheffield United at the weekend, a result that leaves them a single point outside the play-off spots with two games in hand on some of their rivals above them.
Robins manager Lee Johnson is already making plans for the summer with Aberdeen captain Graeme Shinnie a target according to the Daily Record, with the 27-year old keen to make a move to the English second tier.
So would Shinnie be a good signing for the Robins?
“Shinnie is a decent player and the Robins could perhaps add to their squad in certain areas.
“Lee Johnson has done a good job there, so maybe that would lead to him doing a good job.”
“He’d be a class signing.
“Shinnie is a leader and a good character to have around the dressing room.
“If they don’t get promoted this season, these type of players will help them do so next year.”
“I don’t feel this is a move that would pay dividends.
“Shinnie would be a different type of player to what Johnson usually aim to move for.
“But he is a leader, and the Robins lack them in my eyes.
“So, for that aspect, he could be a real find for Johnson if he were to make a move.”