Newly appointed Birmingham City manager Aitor Karanka has reportedly set his sights on Ghana international Albert Adomah as a priority signing this summer transfer window.
Karanka was confirmed Birmingham new manager earlier today as replacement for his fellow Spaniard Pep Clotet, who left the Championship club with four games of the season remaining.
The 32-year-old played under the new Blues’ boss for three years at Boro and could become available this summer.
He still has a year left on his contract at Nottingham Forest but may be sold so they avoid losing him for free in 2021.
Adomah spent the second-half of the past season on loan at Cardiff City where he made only nine appearances with two assists.
He joined Nottingham Forest after Aston Villa refused him a fresh contract after their promotion to the English Premier League last season.
He has previously featured for Barnet, Bristol City and Middleborough among others.