Scott Golbourne is expected to leave Championship side Bristol City in the summer, according to the Bristol Post.
The left-back has spent this season on loan at League One side MK Dons and his contract at Bristol City expires in June.
He is expected to leave the Robins at the end of the season and will be looking for a new club. He has had a hip injury which has affected him this season but he is an experienced Football League defender and should have clubs after him.
He started his career at Bristol City, of whom he joined at the age, and went onto play 15 games for the Robins in League One. He was then signed by Reading in 2005, who were promoted to the Premier League in Golbourne’s first season at the club, but he soon fell down the pecking order at the Royals.
He had loan spells at Wycombe Wanderers, Bournemouth and Oldham Athletic during his three years at the Madejski Stadium. He then left Reading in 2009 to join Exeter City and went onto become a key player for the Grecians and played over 100 games for them.
Barnsley signed him in January 2012 but he was then signed by Wolves for £700,000 in August 2013 and he helped them win the League One title in his first campaign at Molinuex. Then after two seasons in the Championship with Wolves, he re-joined Bristol City.
With his career with the Robins looking like it is coming to an end, Golbourne could be leaving his home-town club for a second time.