Blues top scorer Clayton Donaldson is to stay at the club after audacious bids from Championship rivals are rejected.
The first bid came from Leeds United. Boss Uwe Rösler managed Donaldson before at Brentford and is looking to add well known names to put his mark on the squad before the new season.
Leeds and Reading are both thought to have offered £750,000 for the former Hull City trainee, but Birmingham are demanding a fee of at least £2million for the 31-year-old.
Leeds and Reading are expected to come back with new bids for Donaldson but we have been reassured from sources close to the club that he is going nowhere, but only time will tell.
He has been a key player for Rowett’s side and the Blues boss will no doubt want to keep him to push on from last season and maybe target those play off places.
With no signings being made yet and the squad back to training on Monday, Blues fans won’t want to lose the most consistent player at the club.
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