Posted On Wednesday, 24th April 2013
By Ameenu Shardow
Bristol City are set to sell Ghana winger Albert Adomah as they plot life in the English third-tier.
The Robins have been relegated from the Championship and will be playing in League One next season.
Adomah, their most impressive player this season will thus be sold in the summer to generate some revenue for the club to aid their bid to make a swift return to the Championship.
The Ashton Gate outfit have slapped a ?2m price tag on the head of the Ghana international who is being courted by newly promoted Premier League side Cardiff City and hopefuls; Crystal Palace.
Adomah who appears to be in favour of a move to Palace will wait to see if they qualify to the English top flight through the playoffs before joining.
The 25-year-old will however not hesitate to join Cardiff if Ian Holloway fails to guide the Eagles to the Premier League.
Adomah is in his third season with Bristol City after joing from Barnet in a ?150,000 move in 2010.