League One side Blackburn Rovers are set to re-sign Birmingham City midfielder Jason Lowe, according to the Herald.
The 26 year-old left Blackburn at the end of his contract and joined Championship side Birmingham City. However, his move to the Midlands club has not worked out and he is now in talks with his former club over a loan move back to Ewood Park.
Lowe, who was born in Wigan, joined Blackburn at Under 12 level and stayed with the club until he made his first-team debut in January 2011 in an FA Cup fixture against QPR.
He went onto play over 150 games for Rovers and became a popular player amongst fans. He made his breakthrough in the 2011/12 season, which was the last season that Blackburn played in the Premier League. However, since then Lowe was a first-team regular for them.
He was free to leave the club he had played for since he was 11 in the summer when his contract ran out and Birmingham City came calling. At the time it seemed like a good deal for Lowe but he has only played 3 games for the Blues.
It now looks like he will return to Blackburn on loan and help his beloved club return to the Championship. Tony Mowbray’s side are currently 3rd in the League One table but are looking good at the moment. They have also been linked with a move for Newcastle United striker Adam Armstrong on loan.
The return of Jason Lowe would be an exciting one for Rovers fans if they can pull it off.