Solihull sign Birmingham striker Jack Storer & ex-Ross County defender Benedict Frempah

Benedict Frempah playing against Celtic
Benedict Frempah's final game for Ross County was a 5-0 home defeat by Celtic in October 2014

Solihull Moors have signed teenage Birmingham City striker Jack Storer on a month's loan and former Ross County defender Benedict Frempah on an undisclosed-length deal.

Storer was part of Blues' academy set-up until Under-15 level and returned to the club in April 2016.

He was a prolific scorer in 2016-17 pre-season but dropped out of favour following a red card against Wolves.

Storer and Frempah, 22, and Storer could face Boreham Wood on Saturday.

Jack Storer was signed by then Birmingham City boss Gary Rowett in the summer of 2016
Jack Storer was signed by then Birmingham City boss Gary Rowett in the summer of 2016

Solihull are bottom of the National League under Mark Yates, a former Blues player, going into the first of their festive fixtures.

Ex-Leicester trainee Frempah made eight appearances for Scottish club Ross County during the 2014-15 season, but has more recently played for Isthmian League side Hendon.

He will link up at Damson Park with former Ross team-mate Jamie Reckord, who joined Moors earlier this month.

Storer, who was on loan at National League South side Gloucester last month, was also sent out on loan last season to League Two side Yeovil.

He has not featured for Blues since coming on as a late substitute in the 4-1 home defeat by QPR in February 2017.

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