Date: 1st August 2017 at 4:31pm
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Another transfer target has slipped through the fingers of Harry Redknapp, with Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu deciding to join Bursaspor.

The 26-year-old looked to be a prime target for the Blues boss, who even travelled to meet Badu and watch him play for Udinese against Huddersfield last week.

Redknapp and director of football Jeff Vetere were both pictured with the Ghanaian midfielder but the talk hasn’t done the trick.

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5 Replies to “Blues target opts to join Turkish club”

  • It’s not a case of implying another one has slipped through Harry Redknapp’s fingers,that suggests he is doing nothing to bring in players like Badu,he certainly IS trying,clearly if the article is correct the player saw his future elsewhere. Players from overseas will look back at the Championship table last season and see BCFC two points above relegation.The likes of Badu will hardly know anything about Birmingham as an area or BCFC as a football club so they will take an awful lot of convincing to join us.It’s not the managers fault,he is rebuilding our club and we are very fortunate to have a man of his calibre at the helm.If Badu has gone elsewhere good luck to him,hopefully Harry has someone else in mind.

  • Le Hane. Sorry to disagree but something imo has changed since Harry breezed in to sign up. Gone is the and ambition,gone is the swagger that we will be exciting to watch,gone is the promise of competing to bring in the best and gone is any talk from our current owners that we are really going for it. I genuinely believe the club is in the throws of being sold and thus money is therefore not going to be thrown at Harry. Would love a comment from Brian Dick on this.We might be then more informed.

  • For some reason we are not signing players that we opted to go for . Especially the ones that the fans at this stage think will give us a chance of promotion …it is alright being prudish about price , but if you miss out on success then you will miss out on profit..get your money out blues …

  • Something tells me that we don’t physically have the cash as we were lead to believe. If we were willing to offer near £100k a week to sign Terry, then I think we’ll be bringing in a few quality loans towards the end of the market with money available within the wage budget but not for fee’s. Prem teams will submit squads and those left out I think will fall on HR’s radar.

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