Latest News

Deaman Makes Shock Move To Birmingham City

In one of the surprises of the transfer window former Wrexham Apprentice Jack Deaman signed a one-year professional deal at Birmingham City.

The 18-year-old centre half was released by Wrexham at the end of last season with the Welsh club unable to offer him a deal due to the financial uncertainty at the club.

He had been at the Racecourse for four years and a number of other clubs had also tracked his progress.

The Blues were the first to make a move and Deaman will now slot in to their Reserve team set-up as he looks to continue his development as a player.

Birmingham City’s Reserve team boss Richard Beale told the club’s official website:

“He was a free agent and we became aware of him. At the same time Norwich, Celtic and Burnley were also interested. But he came on trial with us and played a couple of pre-season games and decided he wanted to come here.”

“Like all young players he’s got a lot of work to do, but he’s a ball-playing centre half who reads the game well, is 6ft 3ins and can play off either foot.”

“He’s got a one-year contract and we hope over the next few months he’ll make strides and achieve the potential that we see in him.”

Other General News

MK Dons Hold Onto Academy Prospect Gyamfi

MK Dons Hold Onto Academy Prospect Gyamfi

Edward Gyamfi has put pen to paper on his first professional contract following an impressive campaign with the Under-18s last term…

General News
Bartley Agrees Professional Terms

Bartley Agrees Professional Terms

Eighteen-year-old Quaine Bartley has penned his first professional contract with AFC Wimbledon, committing his future for the next two years…

General News
Morris Makes Switch To Scotland

Morris Makes Switch To Scotland

Fleetwood Town academy graduate Shayden Morris has joined Scottish Premiership side Aberdeen on a four-year deal after the two clubs agreed an undisclosed fee…

General News