Doyle agrees Birmingham deal

Sky Sports understands Birmingham goalkeeper Colin Doyle is poised to sign a new deal at St Andrew's.

Last Updated: 16/05/13 at 14:10 Post Comment

Colin Doyle: Set to sign new two-year deal at Birmingham

Colin Doyle: Set to sign new two-year deal at Birmingham

Doyle's current deal expires this summer, but Birmingham have tabled an offer of a contract extension as Lee Clark looks to keep hold of the Irishman.

The 27-year-old has now agreed terms and is expected to sign a new two-year deal at the Championship club.

Doyle is product of the Birmingham's youth system, making over 50 appearances for Blues' first team as well as spending time away on loan at Chester City, Millwall, Coventry City and Nottingham Forest.

Doyle will be vying with new signing Darren Randloph for the No.1 spot in the Birmingham side next season

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