Date: 2nd May 2017 at 8:01pm
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Birmingham City are rumoured to be interested in bringing Oxford United defender Chey Dunkley to St. Andrew`s this summer.

Dunkley, 25, is out of contract at the League One club this summer and has already rejected new terms from his current side.

Nottingham Forest are also keeping tabs on the centre half who came through the academy at Crewe Alexandra and has gone on to make 90 appearances for Oxford since joining them in 2014.

Blues currently have four out-and-out centre backs on their books in the first team but with Paul Robinson`s contract expiring this summer and Krystian Bielik due to return to Arsenal at the end of the season, the arrival of another centre back would be welcomed.

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3 Replies to “Birmingham City eye up Oxford defender”

  • I have seen Dunkley on many occasions when playing for Kiddy. He is in the mould of Sol Campbell and Ashley Williams. Could be a great signing either way-Championship or League One.

  • Will be interesting today if Adams is set free to play.After numerous decisions lately when players have been successful-it is still doubtful whether BCFC will get the same judgment. Adams so called foul is probably the softest of all-but we still hold our breath..

  • Was the soft red card given to Adams a referee ‘s punishment for Huddersfield FC s decision to change 10 players …if so Adams should not have been punished so severe and a yellow card should be issued instead , as a player cannot be punished for what other clubs do ….

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