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Kasey Palmer leaves: How Bristol City can have the perfect summer transfer window in 7 steps



Bristol City are edging towards a very important summer transfer window to arrest their gradual slide in the Championship.

The Robins announced the signing of Mark Sykes earlier this week to bolster their midfield contingent for next term.

The former Oxford United man is something of a like for like replacement for Callum O’Dowda and will be hoping to adjust quickly to the second tier under Nigel Pearson.

Bristol City were perennial play-off challengers under Lee Johnson, but have been a bottom half outfit since he left at the back end of the 2019/20 season.

Some shrewd additions this summer should be able to complement the talent already in the squad, to help the Robins push for a top half finish in 2022/23.

The club were fairly reliant on individual performers in 2021/22, and probably cannot expect the same output from Andreas Weimann to keep them clear of the relegation battle next season.

Here, we have put together a list of seven steps that would help the Robins achieve the perfect summer window…

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