TALKING POINT: Can Bristol City sell Albert Adomah AND stay up?
Surely the question every Bristol City fan will be asking themselves today is can the club sell star player Albert Adomah AND retain its Championship status.
With less than 48 hours to go before the January transfer window closes, speculation is mounting that Adomah could be sold.
Crystal Palace have already had two bids rejected and are considering a third and final offer, while Bolton are weighing up whether to make a move for the 25-year-old winger.
Of course, every player has his price and any bid that guarantees City a minimum £2m up front will be deemed good business by the Ashton Gate board of directors.
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Understandably, supporters have a rather different perspective and Ashton Gate regulars will be hoping Adomah, who has 18 months of his contract to run, stays until at least the end of the season.
Seemingly resigned to relegation just a few days ago, many fans felt Adomah's departure this month would seal City's fate and hasten relegation to League One.
But things have since changed and back-to-back victories over Ipswich and Watford have raised the prospect of the Robins performing an unlikely escape act under new head coach Sean O'Driscoll.
Those wins were both achieved without Adomah, who is on African Cup of Nations duty with Ghana, and last night's 2-0 win over Watford was arguably City's best all-round performance of the season.
So, just what are the chances of City selling Adomah AND staying in the npower Championship this season?