Bristol City cut ties with eight players at the end of last season. The Robins were quick to announce their retained list following the end of the past campaign and let five players leave on free transfers.
Defender Robbie Cundy was offered a new deal but opted to leave for a new challenge in his career. Nigel Pearson delved into the transfer market to bring in four new faces to bolster his squad.
Kane Wilson, Mark Sykes, Kal Naismith and Stefan Bajic came through the entrance door at Ashton Gate and all arrived on free transfers. Bristol City head into the World Cup break sat in 18th place in the Championship table and will be looking to start picking up more wins when they return next month.
In the meantime, here is a look at where everyone who departed them in the last transfer window has ended up and how they are doing right now....
1. Callum O’Dowda, Cardiff City
The left winger linked up with rivals Cardiff City on a deal until 2025 and has since become a key player for the Bluebirds. He has made 19 appearances in all competitions this term, chipping in with two goals and three assists.
2. Kasey Palmer, Coventry City
He has been enjoying plenty of game time with Mark Robins’ in-form Sky Blues team. The playmaker has played 17 times and has scored once and assisted twice.
3. Robbie Cundy, Barnsley
The centre-back turned down a contract offer from Bristol City to drop into League One with Barnsley and has since played 18 matches for the Yorkshire club, 15 of which have come in the league. Photo: Steve Ellis
4. Tyreeq Bakinson, Sheffield Wednesday
He was given the green light to leave on a permanent basis and like Cundy, decided to head into the third tier. The 24-year-old has played 10 league games for Darren Moore’s side as they eye promotion to the Championship. Photo: Steve Ellis