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Birmingham City reject bid for 34-year-old player

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According to a report by the Vital Football via the Birmingham Mail, it has been established that Birmingham City have rejected a bid from Polish side Lech Poznan for Tomasz Kuszczak.

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The Polish side that finished sixth in the Ekstraklasa have been linked with Birmingham’s Polish goalkeeper however questions have been raised about the financial capabilities of Lech Poznan, and if they could afford to bring Kuszczak back to his homeland.

The former Manchester United goalkeeper has one year left on his contract which could lower the fee that Lech Poznan would have to pay however even then, Kuszczak’s high wages would be out of Poznan’s price range.

Gary Rowett and Birmingham City would also be weary of letting Kuszczak after he was one of their best and most consistent performers.

The move itself seems to fall short as Lech Poznan signed Matus Putnocky from Ruch Chorzow only few weeks ago who is tipped to be one of the best goalkeepers in Poland, so it seems illogical that Lech Poznan would sign both Putnocky and Kuszczak in one window.

The likelihood that this move will happen looks slim from both Kuszczak’s point of view where he would go from guaranteed first team football to potentially a rotational basis at Lech Poznan,and it appears unfeasible from an economic standpoint.

Birmingham City fans, how do you feel about the news? Do you think Kuszczak will leave this summer? How important do you think he is to Birmingham City? If he was to leave, who would you like to see come in to replace him? Let us hear your thoughts and opinions in the comment section below!


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