Date: 6th May 2015 at 8:46am
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Jonathan Spector is currently considering a new deal with Birmingham City and mlssoccer.com are reporting his is also weighing up his options of moving back state-side to continue his career.

The report tells us that sources close to the player have revealed to the site that Birmingham are pushing hard to keep him, after Spector played an important role in defence for Rowett’s team whilst Morrison was injured and then further into the run-in.

However it would seem that there has been some interest expressed in Spector from the MLS, although no formal offers are on the table for him yet.

A MLS move makes sence for Spector who is still a national team hopeful, it would make travelling a lot simpler and the MLS is enjoying an ever growing profile in the United States.

Interest in the 29 year old is bound to be higher after he as remained fit for much more of the season, hopefully putting his injuries behind him.

Spector is out of contract with Birmingham and that means he could move for free, whilst that is a blow to the club on the books, given his ability to play several different positions and his new found form it would be a bigger loss on the squad list.

The American, born in Arlington Heights (USA), signed for Birmingham on a free transfer from West Ham back in 2011 and have been with the club 4 seasons. He has made over 100 appearances for the club and has only ever scored in the league cup.

We’ll keep you posted on this one, the feeling is that he will sign on the line for Birmingham at this current moment.



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