Former Arsenal player will leave St. Andrews and could end up at St. James’ Park or Ewood Park.
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Birmingham City midfielder Sebastian Larsson will wait until the summer to decide his future.
The 25-year-old is out of contract at the end of the season and will not be short on offers.
There were rumours linking Larsson with a move to Newcastle United or Blackburn Rovers in January but Birmingham decided to keep him.
Manchester City were supposedly interested too but nothing ever materialised.
Larsson insists he is fully committed to ensuring Birmingham stay in the Premier League after helping the Midlands side win the Carling Cup.
“Birmingham chose to keep me (in January) and that’s where we are today,” he told Aftonbladet.
“But with my contract expiring, there are possibilities to play anywhere so it remains to be seen.”
“I don’t think I will make a decision before the end of the season.”