EXCLUSIVE: Blues Reject Adams Bids

We Are Birmingham understand that Blues have rejected two substantial bids, both from Premier League clubs, for striker Che Adams.

With 14 league goals so far this campaign, Adams is in the form of his life and this hasn’t gone unnoticed. A whole host of Premier League clubs have been linked with Blues’ main man.

Garry Monk is keen not to lose Adams, and given how instrumental he has been this term, it’s no wonder that Monk is adamant not to let the striker move on.

We asked you on Twitter what you value Adams at, with most Bluenoses believing he is worth more than £20 million.

Transfer deadline day is just six days away – Blues’ main priority between now and that date will be to ensure that they keep hold of their prized asset.

At what point do Blues begin to get tempted to sell? With the likes of Brentford demanding upwards of £20 million for Neal Maupay, what does the club deem an offer that they cannot refuse?

Kane Styles is a third year Sports Journalism student studying in Leeds. Alongside writing for WeAreBirmingham, Kane is the online editor of MadeInBrum and also blogs for the Birmingham Mail.

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  1. Blues cannot sell Adams at ANY price ! for two reasons – (1) In February, the EFL, will deal out to Blues, some sort of punishment ? ( Points deduction or Fine ) IF ? it is say,10 points or even more ?, we could get relegated, to what is really, the THIRD Division. Then, even if the fee was £25 Million – they cannot sign a replacement. (2) The gates this season, are averaging around 22,000, and increasing all the time – IF ? the Club sell him, the gates would drop to around 15.000. Birmingham City, are a BIG Club – they represent the SECOND biggest City in GB, also, remember that no other Football Club has LONDON on their shirt. The Club SHOULD be, were they belong, in the Premiership. Coop (89 years old)

  2. I’m old enough to remember when Blues sold Trevor Francis for the, then, record fee of £1 million. They didn’t recover from that for years and when Bob Latchford also went later, they were never the same! We mustn’t let Che Adams go.

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