It’s been something of a mixed start to the season for Huddersfield Town.
With four wins and five defeats from their 11 league games so far, Carlos Corberan’s side currently sit 13th in the Championship table, five points off the play-offs, and seven clear of the relegation zone.
Now, with the season already into the middle of November, the January transfer window is fast approaching, and the Terriers will soon have to make some decisions about the incomings and outgoings we see at the John Smith’s Stadium when the market reopens.
It is also worth noting that there may well be some players at the club counting down the days until the window opens, and here, we’ve taken a look at two Huddersfield players who might be sizing up the exit door ahead of the January window.
Having forced himself onto the fringe of Huddersfield’s side at one point last season, Schofield has so far been unable to follow that up this season.
With Manchester United loanee Joel Pereira playing backup to Ben Hamer, Schofield has yet to feature in a single matchday squad for the Terriers so far in the current campaign.
The 20-year-old spent the second half of last season on loan in Scotland with Livingston, and he may well be hopeful of a similar deal this January as well, as he goes in search of the first-team opportunity he needs to prove he can be a regular first-choice goalkeeper in the future.
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Although he did enjoy something of a run in the side during the first half of last season, opportunities have diminished for Jaden Brown in recent times.
The 21-year-old left-back hasn’t started a league game since January, with the arrival of Harry Toffolo back at the turn of the year proving costly for Brown’s first-team chances.
As a result, the former Tottenham youngster may be tempted to look for regular game time elsewhere in January, and with his contract set to expire at the end of this season, Huddersfield could be willing to sanction a move at that point to avoid losing him for nothing in the summer.