Bristol City could make a late move for Rangers striker Martyn Waghorn if Jonathan Kodjia leaves the club, according to local media outlet the Bristol Post.
With the transfer deadline looming Bristol City are bracing themselves for late bids for their Ivorian striker.
Hull, Derby and Aston Villa have all been linked with a move for the Bristol City frontman, who scored 20 goals for the Robins in all competitions last season.
Whilst Lee Johnson is desperate to keep the 26-year-old Cote D’Ivoire international at Ashton Gate, he is also lining up a replacement in case Kodjia does opt to leave.
Rangers forward Martyn Waghorn is high on Johnson’s list of possible replacements for Kodjia.
The 26-year-old was in prolific form for Rangers last season, scoring 21 goals in 26 league games.
Waghorn has plenty of experience in England too having played for Sunderland, Charlton, Leicester, Hull, Millwall and Wigan.
However, with two years left on his current deal with the SPFL new boys, Waghorn will not be sold on the cheap by Rangers.
Bristol City fans – what do you think? Would Waghorn be a good replacement for Kodjia? Would you sell the Ivorian for £14m?
Let us know in the comments below…