Promising young forward Jack Storer will leave Sky Bet Championship club Birmingham City when his current contract at St Andrews expires in the summer according to the Birmingham Mail.

The 20-year-old Birmingham born hotshot has struggled to make an impact in the Blues first team since joining the club in summer 2016.

Storer’s contract with Birmingham City is set to expire in the summer and it has now been reported that the club will opt against offering the youngster a new deal meaning that that player will become a free agent on 30 June.

The striker started his career with Sky Bet League Two club Stevenage and Storer went on to make his senior debut for the Hertfordshire club aged at just 17 years 229 days.

In April 2016, the youngster opted to join current club Birmingham City on a short term deal for what was believed to be a five-figure transfer fee. Storer has made a handful of first team appearances for the Blues while he has spent time away from St Andrews during loan spells with Yeovil Town, Gloucester City and Solihull Moors.

Storer has rarely been included in the Birmingham City first team squad this season and it has now been agreed that the player will re-launch his career away from the club next season.

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