The Tottenham strikerexpressed hisbemusement at astatement released byBirmingham chiefexecutive Peter Pannuthat explained whythe deal had fallenthrough.
Keane was surprisedto see the Midlandsclub allege that hiswage demands wereout of their financialrange.
Blast: Robbie Keane has aimed a dig at Birmingham
'It was never going tohappen,' said Keane,who also insisted heknew nothing aboutreports linking him toWest Ham.
'We will have to seewhat happens,' headded.
'There are stilla couple of weeks left.Nothing has beensorted on my future.
'But that Birminghamthing was never on inthe first place. Andthat statement fromthem I find bizarre, tobe honest with you.
'Apart from the factthat a deal was neverreally on the table,I think they were justlooking for somepublicity.'
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