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‘Maybe we can’t afford to keep Colin’ – Many Birmingham City fans react to fresh transfer news

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As per reports from TEAMtalk, Birmingham City have been linked with the summer signing of Crewe Alexandra captain Perry Ng.

The 23-year-0ld has been a key player for Crewe over the past few years, making over 150 appearances for the League Two side since coming through the ranks at Gresty Road.

The versatile defender, who operates mainly as a right-back but can also play at centre-half, has registered five assists for Dave Artell’s side in their bid for promotion this term.

But Ng faces an uncertain future at Gresty Road, with his contract set to expire in the summer.

TEAMtalk claim that Birmingham are among a host of clubs chasing Ng’s signature on a free transfer, along with the likes of Nottingham Forest, Derby County and Bristol City.

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It’s a potential signing that could be a useful one for Blues, especially as it would be a free transfer – Ng has plenty of potential who possesses real leadership qualities and can play in a number of positions across the back-line.

Here, then, we take to the Birmingham City Fan Zone page on Facebook to see how fans have reacted to this rumour…

Ian Barclay: he plays CB aswell, can never have too many defenders to be honest

William French: We should focus on attempting to put a contract in front Hogan before we look at anyone else!

Pete Bevins: Maybe we can’t afford to keep Colin on next year if he is on one of the big Redknapp era contracts??

Gary Davies: Bit early for this sort of rubbish

Adam Chivers: Cheap shirt printing?

Ash Walton: Speedy lad aswell i think

John Smith: risky but worth a go KRO


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