Birmingham City confirm triple transfer decision just hours before deadline

Birmingham City have announced three new departures before the transfer deadline.

Birmingham City have announced academy trio Josh Andrews, Zach Jeacock and Oliver Basey have completed Deadline Day transfers.

Andrews, a striker, was recalled from a loan spell at Sky Bet League Two outfit Accrington Stanley earlier today. The 22-year-old has returned to the English fourth tier immediately with a permanent move to Gillingham. He departs Blues after 15 years.

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Jeacock, a goalkeeper who joined Birmingham at the age of eight, has left by mutual consent today. The 22-year-old, who made four senior appearances for Blues, spent the first half of the season on loan at Gloucester City. It awaits to be seen where he will go next.

Finally, Basey, another goalkeeper, has joined Aberystwyth Town in the first tier of Welsh football on a loan deal that runs until Monday 22 April. The 20-year-old makes the move following temporary spells at Southern League sides Hednesford Town and Barwell.

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