The replacement of the city of Birmingham, whilst Man Utd learns the update of the transfer Jude Bellingham


Replacement of the goalkeeper of the Blues

Birmingham City interested in the goalkeeper of queens Park Rangers Seny Dieng.

The Blues are looking to strengthen their service goalkeeper when the transfer window opens.

The future of Lee Camp remains uncertain, the veteran is out of contract next month – and David Stockdale has left the club.

This leaves only Connal Trueman, and several options more young people, including England Under 19 Zach Jeacock, as planned for the next term.

That is why they are looking to bring in fresh blood – and landed on the goalkeeper of swiss origin Dieng.

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Dortmund has “problems” with the transfer of Bellingham

Borussia Dortmund has struggled to conclude an agreement with the midfielder of Birmingham City, Jude Bellingham, according to information.

The player 16-year-old enjoyed a superb breakthrough season at St Andrew’s after becoming the youngest player to have represented the Blues in August.

Become a regular of the first team under Pep Clotet, Bellingham attracts the interest before the transfer window of summer.

It has been reported by media German Bild last week that the teen had chosen to move to Borussia Dortmund rather than Manchester United.

But now, the newspaper reports that United has given hope to an agreement because Dortmund has reservations about the fees they should pay to the Blues.

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The camp accepts the extension of the short-term contract

Lee Camp will play at least nine games for Birmingham City.

The Blues have agreed today on the agreement that will prolong the contract expiring the goalkeeper up to the end of this season.

The camp was in the same position as several other Blues players – his contract is due to end on 30 June.

This situation has seen people such as Jacques Maghoma and Kerim Mrabti leave the club without typing another ball after the lock – although the latter was to remain for a month.

In the case of Camp, however, he has agreed to stay at St Andrew’s until the last game to be played July 22 – assuming the Blues do not reach the play offs.

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