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Posted Wednesday, January 31st 2018

Media Watch - January 31st

Here's a round-up of the latest online and newspaper media coverage about City.

Matty Taylor could be sent out on loan after recovering from a hernia operation, according to the Bristol Post and The 72.

Ipswich Town defender Adam Webster and Liverpool keeper Danny Ward have been tipped as potential late January signings for City, according to Soccer Souls.

Soccer Souls also reports City have joined the race for Kilmarnock's Jordan Jones. The Northern Ireland international will not be allowed to leave the Ayrshire club for less than £350,000.

Speaking to BBC Radio Bristol, as reported by the Bristol Post, club CEO Mark Ashton has revealed how he has developed new relationships with top Premier League clubs since the inspired Carabao Cup run.

The Post writes that Bobby Reid is keen to stay at City, amid reported interested from four Premier League sides: Brighton, Middlesbrough, Leicester and Burnley.

And Kel Akpobire impressed on his debut for Guernsey FC but he was unable to help them avoid a tenth-consecutive game without victory, writes the BBC.

These stories have been reproduced from today's media. It does not necessarily represent the position of Bristol City FC.

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