Date: 6th January 2017 at 3:29pm
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Birmingham City have opened talks with David Davis over a new contract. The 25-year-old has just six months to run on his current deal and has reportedly been attracting interest from Cardiff City and Nottingham Forest.

The Smethwick-born midfielder was a key part of Blues’ team under former manager Gary Rowett and has followed suit since Gianfranco Zola replaced Rowett in the dugout.

Zola is keen to keep Davis at St. Andrews for the long term and will reward him with improved terms. It is also understood that Davis is keen to stay at the club.

Zola is looking to add to his squad in the January transfer window and is very close to bringing in a player. But the Italian also sees Davis as part of his plans going forward and will aim to get the new deal signed as soon  as possible.

Davis has made 106 appearance for Blues since signing from Wolves in 2014.

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3 Replies to “Birmingham City open contract talks with David Davis”

  • Good news. Also,I like the look of Rene Krihin,the Slovak midfielder. Bit of the Joey Barton about him and the pairing of Davis will give a boost to the now laboured Keifenbeld and Gleeson. These two will do me.

  • Also Craig Gardner looks interesting with Zola keen on David Nugent. Both would be useful additions and maybe Cotterill would get decent service and a new lease of life.

  • Brooklyn- Krihin is Slovenian not Slovak. And Gleeson has been superb in the 3 games he’s played under Zola. I know what you’re saying though. We need a lot more in the middle.

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