Birmingham City departure explained as belief in Jude Bellingham transfer from Man Utd emerges


Calm explains the departure of the Blues

Xavi Calm admits he leaves Birmingham City with a heavy heart after calling up time on his short stay with the club.

The Spaniard continues on his way after eight months of work with St Andrew’s first team, after being forced to choose between his football career and his family.

Speaking to Birmingham, Live, 38, revealed how he had reached the difficult conclusion of returning to Catalonia and thanked the club supporters for the support they had shown him and the team.

“Sometimes people have to choose between two different options and with the situation we live in and the situation of my family, it’s not easy, but I think they need me more than football right now Said Calm.

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Man Utd thinks they have a major advantage in the pursuit of Jude Bellingham

Manchester United believe Sir Alex Ferguson played a key role in the race for Birmingham City star Jude Bellingham, according to reports.

The Blues wonderkid is one of the most sought after youth in world football, having joined the Pep Clotet team this season.

United has been closely linked to Bellingham, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looking to create a team capable of competing for the Premier League title.

There are other potential contenders, however, with a number of the biggest European football clubs credited with interest.

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Youssouf Mulumbu opens on his next move after the Blues’ trial

Youssouf Mulumbu hopes that his free agent status will help him find a club once football is resumed.

The former West Brom and Celtic midfielder was on trial in Birmingham City before the sport was blocked.

He is not currently working with Blues staff and admits that he is looking for his next opportunity.

The 33-year-old, who has even played for the under-23s, admits that the coronavirus stole his luck in St Andrew’s.

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Gareth Barry relives Second City’s first derby at St Andrew’s

Former Aston Villa favorite Gareth Barry named the fiercest Second City Derby he has ever met.

Barry, who holds the Premier League appearance record, played for Villa from 1997 to 2009.

And from his very first Second City derby with Birmingham City, he recognized that he was part of something a little different.

In fact, even now, as a player who has known more in the Premier League than anyone else, he still hasn’t found a similar derby.

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