By Ameenu Shardow
Relegated Bristol City have slashed their asking price for Ghana winger Albert Adomah.
The Robins are looking to raise some money to beef up their squad ahead of their campaign in League One.
Bristol are looking to make a quick return to the English Championship but must first raise some cash to build a formidable to power their bid in the English third tier.
The club this looks to raise part of their revenue from the sale of exciting Ghana winger Adomah.
Their asking price in the recent past has however scared off suitors.
Newly promoted Premier League side Cardiff City were said to be keen on 0n the Ghanaian but Bristol’s £2m tag scared them off.
They are now likely to return for their man with news the Ashton Gate outfit have halved their demands to £1m.
This clears the path to see Adomah make his long awaited entry into the English top flight.
He reported to be on the radar of Swansea last season but a deal did not materialize.