Birmingham City are in deep financial trouble and their valuable assets will be on their way out in order to balance the books.
Lee Clarke has his hands tied, Curtis Davies has already left, and more are set to follow.
Upcoming sensation Nathan Redmond looks like he’s next to join him out the exit door as two offers have already been accepted for the teenage starlet.
Birmingham City manager could have kept both of them for next season but he doesn’t have a choice, he needs to generate money to keep the club going.
The Blues do not have any other option but to sell their valuable assets. Even after the players are gone, It remains to be seen whether the money generated by their sales will be enough to keep them afloat.
England U-21 star Nathan Redmond was one of the few bright spots in a disappointing Euro U-21 campaign for the English side.
The last minute replacement for Tottenham Hotspur’s Androws Townsend sparkled on the pitch increasing the interest for the winger’s signature.
A fee worth £3million is quoted for Redmond; with his talent and potential it will be a bargain if his suitors can fine-tune the raw product.
Swansea City and Norwich City have already matched Birmingham City’s evaluation and are leading the race. It is believed that Fulham failed to match their expectation with an opening bid while Everton and West Bromwich Albion are monitoring the situation.
With the amount quoted Redmond is looking like a bargain. In the coming weeks, the race is expected to heat up with more clubs entering the fray for his signature.
Can Birmingham City make the best use out of his potential and talent, when in deep trouble?
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