DUNDEE'S Greg Stewart has reportedly agreed personal terms with Birmingham City and is heading for a medical with the English Championship club. 

The 26-year-old had previously rejected a move after a £500,000 transfer fee had been agreed. 

But BBC Scotland report today that Stewart has reached an agreement with the Blues and will have a medical in the Midlands today before the transfer is confirmed. 

The forward scored six goals in three League Cup games at the start of the season, but missed the opening day 3-1 win against Ross County in the Premiership last Saturday. 

Yesterday Dee manager Paul Hartley underlined that Stewart was still a Dundee player and suggested he could be part of the matchday squad to face Rangers on Saturday.

"He's still a Dundee player. He's part of the squad for Saturday and will train today," Hartley said during Thursday's media conference.

"He's fit. He missed Monday and Tuesday because of injury and he's available today.

"He has turned down the personal terms just now. Will that change? I don't know. The club had agreed the transfer fee, the personal terms have not been agreed."