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Birmingham City seek to reward the development of young George Hall with a professional contract

Birmingham City are looking to reward the development of the promising youngster George Hall with a professional contract, but several Premier League clubs, including Newcastle and Leeds, are monitoring the midfielder.

  • The impressive George Hall made his England Under-18 debut earlier this week.
  • Birmingham City hope to reward their development with professional treatment.
  • Several Premier League clubs, including Leeds and Newcastle, are watching.
  • Despite this, Birmingham will seek to reject offers unless they are substantial.


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Birmingham City are looking to reward the development of the promising 17-year-old midfielder George Hall with a professional contract.

Hall made an impressive debut for England Under-18s this week, despite the Young Lions losing 3-2 to the Netherlands, and is being monitored by various Premier League clubs, notably Newcastle United, Leeds United, Southampton and Brighton.

That hasn’t gone unnoticed by Championship Birmingham, who recognize the potential in Hall and rate him highly. They will seek to reject any offer unless it is substantial.

Birmingham and Lee Bowyer hope to tie George Hall to a professional contract

Birmingham and Lee Bowyer hope to tie George Hall to a professional contract

Hall, born in Birmingham, has been at the club’s academy since the age of seven and he and his family can see a path to the first team under the leadership of new academy director Paul Williams.

Manager Lee Bowyer has also shown he’s not afraid of the bloodied youngsters on his first team, having debuted with Hall’s teammates Marcel Oakley and Jordan James in recent weeks.

It leaves Birmingham in a strong position to persuade Hall to sign, but the club is aware of the growing interest from the Premier League in the talented athletic midfielder.

Hall made a good impression with his U18 goal against the Netherlands on Thursday and scouts will be on the lookout again when coach Ryan Garry’s squad takes on Belgium on Saturday and Portugal on Monday at the Pinatar Tournament in Spain.

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