Ex-Bristol City and Cardiff City man tells clubs 'I'm available' as next transfer hinted at

Albert, Albert Adomah, runs down the wing for me... would chant the Bristol City fans. (Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images)Albert, Albert Adomah, runs down the wing for me... would chant the Bristol City fans. (Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images)
Albert, Albert Adomah, runs down the wing for me... would chant the Bristol City fans. (Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images) | Getty Images
A former Bristol City winger is available in the summer and knows where he wants to go to next.

Former Bristol City attacker Albert Adomah is on the hunt for his new club after it was announced he would be departing QPR at the end of the season.

The 36-year-old's stay at Loftus Road is coming to an end after he and the Hoops decided to go his separate ways. Adomah has been at the club for four seasons, playing more than 100 times and recently broke the record for the most appearances for a player in the Championship.

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Despite turning 37 at the end of the year, Adomah intends to continue his playing career. He wants to play for at least one more season, so his shirt number can match his age, which is 37.

He said: “I’m 36 now and my target has always been to play to at least the age of my shirt number - 37. 

“Hopefully I can have another season or two playing closer to my home now, which is in the Midlands.

"To any team watching from the region, Uncs is available!

"In all seriousness, though, I believe I still have lots to offer with all my experience. I just want to carry on playing football."

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Adomah was a popular figure at Bristol City, making 136 appearances for the Robins from 2010 to 2013 after joining from Barnet. He went on to play for Middlesbrough in the Premier League after a £1m move, and also featured for Aston Villa and Nottingham Forest. Adomah like many former City players also featured for Severnside rivals Cardiff City, joining them on loan in the 2019/20 season before joining QPR in 2020.

In a January 2023 interview with the One Stream in Bristol podcast, Adomah said he'd play for City for free.

He said: “I’ve loved the love you have shown me every time I have come back to Ashton Gate, I appreciate that. Hopefully, one day who knows, I’m still playing and I might come back to Bristol City.

"Mr. Lansdown the chairman, if he can give me another crack even if it is a short spell. When I’m out of contract with QPR I might be a free agent then so you don’t have to pay for me.

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"I’ll play for free if you want. I’m just trying to sell myself here. You might see me again at Ashton Gate playing against you guys and I can’t wait for the home game as well when we play against you guys."

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