St Mirren have cut short Nicolai Brock-Madsen’s loan from Birmingham City, as per a report by Birmingham Live.
The Danish striker’s loan deal was due to expire in January but the Scottish Premier League side have now sent him back early.
The 25-year-old has fallen down the pecking order at Birmingham, hence why they loaned him to St Mirren in the summer. However, he failed to find the net in five appearances and has not played for them since early September.
Brock-Madsen signed for the Blues in August 2015 for an initial fee of £500,000 from Randers FC. He had started his career at Danish side Randers and had scored 19 goals for them in 108 games altogether as a youngster.
He had found it tough to hit the ground running in the Championship and played only 8 times for Birmingham in his first season at the club and didn’t score.
Brock-Madsen was shipped out on loan to Dutch Eredivisie side PEC Zwolle for the 2016/17 and bagged 10 goals for them in 25 games, which made many Blues’ fans think he could still have a future at the club on his return. However, he was not part of either Harry Redknapp or Steve Cotterill’s plans and was frozen out last season before being loaned out to Polish outfit Cracovia in January.
He scored once in 11 games for Cracovia in the latter half of the last campaign. Brock-Madsen then joined St Mirren over the summer but will now have to consider his options once again having been sent back to Birmingham.