Date: 30th May 2017 at 6:05pm
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Birmingham City striker Che Adams is a target for newly promoted Brighton and Hove Albion.

Former Blues manager Chris Hughton is an admirer of the 20 year-old and has made a tentative enquiry.

Harry Redknapp would like the former Sheffield United man to stay at St. Andrews and it’s thought that the player is happy in the second city.

If the situation changes and the player demands a transfer, Blues are likely to demand a fee in the region of £3.5m for the player who only signed for the club last August.

Brighton’s initial enquiry has thus far been rejected completely by Blues and that is expected to remain their stance.

 
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11 Replies to “Premier League club target Che Adams”

  • Ha Ha Ha HA HA 3 1/2 million HaHaHa Ha….3 1/2 million Ha Ha Ha HA .. 6 1/2 million Ha Ha Ha HA ….6 1/2 million ….Ha Ha Ha HA …..9 1/2 million…. mm maybe ….NO ….keep right on laughing…..

  • I’m interested to know where that figure of £3.5m came from. Is that a source from the club or your opinion Rob?

  • Time to stop selling our good youngsters and Deffo not for peanuts ….Hughton can feck right off

  • Sheff U insisted on quite a large sell on fee, so I very much doubt Blues would settle for just 3.5m.

  • We don’t need to sell players on the cheap anymore so I doubt anything will happen for less than 10m if anything happens at all. I would have thought Houghton would be investing in now rather than the future as its about staying in the Prem for Brighton and Adams isn’t likely to make much of an impact just yet.

  • 3.5m. is a joke we would only come away with 850k after paying Sheff U and Adams his fees.

  • I can assure you all, from a Brighton fan, this is not true at all. I have no clue where this one come from, but Brighton have been linked with 6 or 7 players where there has been confirmed interest, Adams is not one of them.
    Good luck for next season, would love you to come above the Vile and shut them up.

  • Cheers Wade. Good luck yourself next season. I worked for Ericsson in Brighton many years back. Nice neck of the woods. I visited the old Goldstone when you were getting 5000 crowds and had a striker called John Byrne up front.

  • Thanks pal. To be completely honest with you, I’m a Brummie. I grew up in Erdington/Walmley.
    From a family of Villa fans and I switched to Brighton in 1999/00 when it was fair to say Brighton were the worse club in the football league. Best decision I ever made…
    But yes, I agree, it is a nice neck of the woods.
    Anyway, hopefully Harry can get you playing next season, and keep hold of David Davis. Good luck.

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