Aston Villa, Sheffield Wednesday and Cardiff City are said to be interested in making a move for Bristol City midfielder Marlon Pack according to reports in the Bristol Post.
The 25 year old Portsmouth born midfielder has been a dependable figure for Bristol City in their fight for Championship survival this season after becoming a virtual ever present player for The Robins.
Pack’s reliability and consistency has been admired by manager Lee Johnson with the player starting every game for The Robins’ new boss since his appointment in early February.
The midfielder has made 46 appearances for Bristol City so far this season and scored his only goal in last month’s 2-1 away success at Fulham. Pack’s good performances this season have not gone unnoticed and it has been reported that Aston Villa, Sheffield Wednesday and Cardiff City have all identified the player as a potential summer target as they look to improve their squads ahead of next season.
Pack is contracted to Bristol City until summer 2017 and with The Robins set to undertake a huge rebuilding project at Ashton Gate over the summer it is unlikely that the player will be sold on the cheap.
City manager Lee Johnson has been promised significant funds to spend during the close season by chairman Steve Lansdown and there are quality arrivals expected at the club rather than any unwanted departures.