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Birmingham has signed Alex Pritchard from Sunderland for a two-and-a-half-year contract

Alex Pritchard has asked to leave Sunderland with immediate effect and says he is no longer available for selection.

Birmingham City, the club has successfully reached an agreement with Sunderland to acquire midfielder Alex Pritchard. The deal, valued at an undisclosed fee, will see Pritchard join Birmingham on a two-and-a-half-year contract, adding depth and quality to the squad.

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Birmingham City confirmed the agreement, signaling their intent to bolster their midfield options for the remainder of the season and beyond. Pritchard, known for his technical ability and vision on the pitch, is expected to make an immediate impact under manager Tony Mowbray. The contract agreed upon between Birmingham and Pritchard spans two-and-a-half years, providing stability for the player and the club. This move represents an exciting opportunity for Pritchard to contribute to Birmingham’s ambitions in the Championship.

Manager Tony Mowbray expressed his satisfaction with securing Pritchard’s services, highlighting the midfielder’s versatility and experience as valuable assets for the team. Mowbray believes Pritchard’s arrival will enhance Birmingham’s midfield dynamics and help drive the club towards its objectives.

The 28-year-old midfielder brings with him a wealth of experience, having previously featured for clubs like Tottenham Hotspur, Norwich City, and Huddersfield Town. His arrival at Birmingham City is expected to provide a significant boost to the team’s aspirations for success.

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