Derby, Cardiff and Birmingham are among a host of Championship clubs plotting a move for Cameron Humphreys-Grant with former Man City starlet impressing in Belgium
- Some Championship clubs are plotting a move for Cameron Humphreys-Grant
- The former Man City starlet has impressed with Belgian side Zulte Waregem
- Cardiff, Birmingham, Blackburn, Coventry and Derby are all interested
- Humphreys-Grant has also attracted possible suitors in Germany and Scotland
Former Manchester City defender Cameron Humphreys-Grant, now at Belgian club Zulte Waregem, is weighing up a return to England amid interest from Championship clubs.
Humphreys first made headlines in 2015 when as a 16 year old from the club’s academy he played for City in a pre season friendly against Gareth Bale’s Real Madrid before going on to sign his first professional contract.
He made a couple of first team appearances in the FA Cup but with competition fierce and opportunities limited went to Belgium to seek regular football.
A host of Championship clubs are preparing a free move for Cameron Humphreys-Grant
He has made an impact at Waregem and was excellent in their Boxing Day win over Standard Liege.
His form has subsequently attracted interest from a number of Championship sides who recognise he is out of contract in the summer and can sign a pre contract next month.
Blackburn Rovers, Birmingham City, Cardiff, Coventry and Derby County are all keen on the 23-year old while Scottish side Hearts and Schalke and Hannover in Germany have also registered their interest.
The 6ft 2ins centre back, who was capped by England at U19 level, has impressed scouts during a season where he has made 18 appearances in the Belgian first division for Waregem and their next league game is against Oostende on January 15.
Humphreys-Grant played for Man City but left due to limited game time under Pep Guardiola