Luton Town and Birmingham City have agreed a £750,000 fee for Blues goalkeeper John Ruddy, according to The Daily Mail.

Ruddy has become a surprise target for Luton after The Hatters have already signed Blackburn Rovers’ Thomas Kaminski this summer.


The 36-year-old made 14 clean sheets last campaign as he became very much a fan favourite amongst the St Andrews faithful.

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With eight new players arrive at the club in this transfer window, it looks like Ruddy could join the likes of Jobe Bellingham and Tahith Chong in leaving this summer.


Daily Mail have stated that a £750,000 fee has been agreed but Blues won’t let him move on until a replacement has been found.


Ruddy was involved in training this morning alongside second choice goalkeeper Neil Etheridge.


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