Date: 8th June 2019 at 7:30am
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With long standing speculation about Southampton’s interest in Birmingham City striker Che Adams going back to the January window where they simply wouldn’t sell, as the summer approached the rumour mill quickly geared back up and claimed that we continued to have an interest in the 22 goals, 22-year-old talent.

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With £8million not being enough at the turn of the year, many believe that having got their Financial Fair Play troubles somewhat behind them, with a points deduction as punishment, Birmingham will certainly cash in this summer and the question is simply how much.

Daily Echo journalist Adam Blackmore took to social media on Friday to give fans an update on the Adams speculation, and he also revealed that given the rumours about Moussa Djenepo, he could actually be confirmed by Tuesday.

Plenty I imagine would definitely welcome the arrival of Adams as he certainly seems to tick the boxes manager Ralph Hasenhuttl wants moving forward, and it would be good to see some real movement now in the coming weeks rather than just the speculation.

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6 Replies to ““Still Negotiating” “Signing By Tuesday” – Journalist Gives Southampton Update On Two Targets”

  • now that the transfer market is doing things and all clubs are doing things to try and get there clubs up and performing better than last season only thing let would be sort out the people in charge of them and get them to understand football.every team will go through good time and bad times but the supports will always stay 100 % commited no matter what.they are what i call the blood and soul of the teams that they support no matter where they are around the world.if you take the money out the game you will then see complete land scape change on who wants the game more of the players that love the game not just for the money.just a past though when you were young played football as just for fun you not get paid any money just the love of the game and true legends were born and no matter where you lived on the planet you got respect on what you could do with that sport you loved close to your heart . ever season landscape will change and the most unpedicitable season will happen from what you would say well that was impressive.i do hope that this season will shine and be remembered for the right reason’s.

  • You may be right, but taking the piss by offering 8 million for someone being mentioned in the 20 million bracket isn’t going to help Southampton’s cause.
    Just to point out, Birmingham are actually under no real pressure to sell unless Adams asks to leave. They have just gained 4 million from Jota’s transfer, will get another 6 from Butland’s imminent departure from Stoke and have reduced the wage bill significantly. The Blues are not in a financial mess, the owners are willing to put in money it isn’t like last time when you were able to steal Redmond for pennies.

  • That is a pathetic offer 8 million quid for a 24 + million rated player. You’re not in sweet shop you’re not going through the pick and mix it’s pathetic Southampton are pathetic if they think that they can get in for 8 million quid sickens me. Birmingham don’t need to sell the club don’t have no financial difficulties every club has some financial management issues but we are not destitute we do not need to sell him he doesn’t even want to leave. And to correct the person above who said we got 4 million for Jota it was actually 5.25 million plus Gary Gardner and there is also a sell on clause good business in my opinion. If Adams it will be for 24 million plus Mark my words.

  • I agree with what you say but if saints offer a lot more up goes the fee. It’s all about bargaining process,saints certainly know about selling players. My guess sixteen million with add ons

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