Huddersfield Town are juggling plenty of injury problems at the minute, which is leaving Carlos Corberan leaning on his youth team to bolster in 20-man squad.
Senior players are out of action, but there’s been very little grumbling from the head coach.
He’s got his head down and is focused on delivering results to please the board. So far, he’s done that and, if Huddersfield continue on this trajectory, they will be comfortably in mid-table this season.
However, the January transfer window offers Corberan hope of bolstering his squad.
Departures aren’t going to be on the mind of Corberan, but they could still develop over the month.
Here, we dive into TWO players that could be departing this month…
A forced departure could come in the form of Eiting.
Sources have told Football League World overnight that the midfielder has suffered an injury that will leave him cutting his loan spell in West Yorkshire short and returning to Ajax.
That would be a blow for Corberan, no doubt. He’s scored three goals and registered three assists this season, providing a consistent presence in the midfield.
Corberan will address the press later today to provide an update on Eiting and this speculation.
Thomas only arrived from Boreham Wood yesterday, but he could be set for a loan move.
Football League World exclusively revealed that Huddersfield are weighing up whether to send the 21-year-old out on loan after picking up up on a three-and-a-half year deal.
Harrogate Town sounds like it is a possible destination as Huddersfield look to aid the development of the young forward.
Non-league to the Championship is a huge step, so a loan in League Two will help him adapt.