Birmingham City have been rather impressive in recent times, despite losing against West Ham United, as they continue to come on leaps and bounds in the Championship.
The Blues will have their sights set on securing a play-off place in the current campaign, with a couple of transfer window additions helping their cause massively.
Indeed, it’s thought that Garry Monk is eyeing a possible addition, as according to reliable journalist Alan Nixon, Birmingham City are keen on securing a deal for Ben Marshall.
Birmingham are understood to be keen on signing Ben Marshall on loan from Norwich City.
Indeed, the former Wolverhampton Wanderers man has struggled to work his way into Daniel Farke’s plans at Carrow Road, so a loan move seems suitable at this moment in time.
The Englishman is a very versatile player, with the ability to play at full-back or as a midfielder.
Ben Marshall, who is valued at £1.35 million (by Transfermarkt), has shown that he can produce goals and assists earlier on in his football career, with plenty of Championship experience.
Birmingham City’s promotion push would receive an immediate boost if Birmingham manage to secure the services of Marshall, as the Blues are in desperate need of reinforcements in attacking areas.