Birmingham City news: Eustace is a wanted man, ex-player eyed and January plan outlined

The latest Birmingham City headlines on Thursday

Birmingham City started to pick up a bit of momentum before the international break.

The Blues had a tricky start to the season are now unbeaten in their last three league outings.

They will be hoping for more of the same when they take on Sheffield United away next weekend.

Here is a look at the latest headlines regarding the club...

Eustace linked with exit

Huddersfield Town are ‘looking’ at Birmingham boss John Eustace as a potential managerial candidate, as per The Mirror journalist James Nursey on Twitter (see below):

The Terriers are in the hunt for a replacement for Danny Schofield after they sacked him last week.

Boss reveals January plan for striker

The Blues will make a decision on what to do with loaned out attacker Sam Cosgrove in January.

He is currently on loan with Plymouth Argyle in League One but his parent club are keeping tabs on his progress at Home Park, as per a report by Birmingham Live.

Former player attracting big interest

Former Birmingham player Jude Bellingham is attracting big interest at the moment and they hold a sell-on clause too.

That’s according to The Athletic, who claim Liverpool, Chelsea, Real Madrid and Manchester City all want him.

Fellow Championship side need a new manager

Rotherham United need to find themselves a new manager following Paul Warne’s exit.

He has left the New York Stadium for a new challenge back in League One with Derby County.

Krystian Bielik is currently on loan at St Andrew’s from Warne’s new club.

Striker sends message to supporters

Troy Deeney has taken to Instagram over the international break.

He has insisted there is “no break here” and has posted a photo of him hard at work (see below):