Huddersfield Town Unsure On Future Of In-demand Attacker
Huddersfield Town are unsure on shipping out forward Kyle Hudlin again this summer despite the player being subject to League One outfits’ loan interest, according to the Sunday Mirror.
Hudlin, 23, arrived at the John Smith’s Stadium last year from non-league club Solihull Moors on a two-year deal, initially joining the Terriers second string.
He was loaned to AFC Wimbledon last season, but he struggled to find the net in the League Two campaign.
He was recalled by the Terriers in January this year but despite that fact, he has yet to play first-team football for Huddersfield.
Now with the English forward entering the final year of his contract with Neil Warnock’s side, he has been linked with several League One sides.
His suitors want to land him on a loan deal but it is now suggested that Huddersfield are undecided about shipping out the forward again this summer.
It is still unclear if Hudlin is in Warnock’s plans moving forward or if he will be given a contract renewal.
Now all eyes will be on the Terriers to see whether they will find a resolution to the future of the forward ahead of next season’s campaign or not.