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Caddis move to Birmingham back on?

Caddis move to Birmingham back on?

Swindon Town defender Paul Caddis` move to Birmingham City could be back on.

Town are currently in the midst of slashing their wage bill and are trying to move players out on big contracts.

Thus far Swindon have released big earners Simon Ferry, Tommy Miller, Raffaele De Vita and lost captain Alan McCormack to Brentford.

Town`s entire squad is up for sale at the right price and it is understood if Town are unable to sell Caddis for £250,000 they would be willing to let the former captain leave the club again on a season long loan to Birmingham on the proviso they pay all of his wages which would reduce Town`s outgoings further and then enable Lee Clark to sign Caddis on a free transfer at the end of next season.

Clark had stated previously that Birmingham City could not afford to pay the transfer fee for Caddis rumoured to be around £250,000 but could sign him on a free transfer. A loan move would suit all parties if Caddis` wages were paid in full by City.

Meanwhile Aden Flint will complete his move to Bristol City this week after long protracted negotiations, whilst former Town defender Callum Kennedy is close to sealing a move to local rivals Oxford United and signing a two year deal with the League Two outfit.


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Writer:Shaun Calderwood
Date:Monday June 10 2013
Time: 1:58PM

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