Bristol City need to be active in the summer transfer window to avoid relegation next season.
The Robins had a hugely disappointing campaign considering the players that they have at their disposal and they ended up narrowly avoiding relegation.
This was largely down to Tammy Abraham’s incredible goal scoring record; the Chelsea loanee’s 23 league goals helped fire the Robins to safety.
While Bristol City will need to replace Abraham as a matter of urgency, they will also be looking to strengthen in other areas.
One position that could do with bolstering is central midfield, where Lee Johnson could look to add competition for places.
His search for a new central midfielder could lead him to Rangers midfielder Josh Windass, who would be a terrific piece of business.
New Rangers boss Pedro Caixinha is wielding his axe as he looks to completely reshape his squad.
Josh Windass is expected to be one of a number of departures despite only joining the Scottish Premiership side last summer from Accrington Stanley.
During his time with Accrington, the 23-year-old was the clear star of the show and dictated play in League Two.
Now Windass will return from Scotland with some fresh experience under his belt and he should be ready to be a Championship player.
Bristol City should take that punt because they could have a top player on their hands for a number of years, given his age.
Rangers are likely to accept a fairly low fee for Windass and Bristol City should be able to afford him this summer.
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