Transfers: Kuszczak told he can leave

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News has emerged this evening that Blues keeper Tomasz Kuszczak has been told he can leave the club.

The 36-year-old, who was part of the Poland 2006 World Cup (click here) squad, also wants a move to the Premier League, according to Polish press Sportowe Fakty.

Also, a source close to us has said the stopper refuses to leave Blues unless his contract is paid out in full or a club coming in for him pays his dues.

Kuszczak has made 89 appearances for Blues since joining from Wolves in 2015.

With reports of Stockdale also likely to be departing as Monk looks to slash the wage bill, more than one goalkeeper could be making their way to St Andrews this summer.

7 COMMENTS

  1. I agree good servant another young keeper will come in as back up think the wind of change will be blowing through St Andrews

  2. Occupational hazard that you are not in a new players hands. If you expect your contract paid up before you leave them sorry you are left out of the squad.

    • Correction:

      Occupational hazard that you are not in a new manager’s plans. If you expect your contract paid up before you leave them sorry you are left out of the squad.

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