Birmingham City youth players Nat Kelly and James Fry have both completed loan moves to Kidderminster Harriers, the club have confirmed.
Both of the youngsters were recently told that at the end of the season their contracts would not be extended, so this loan move could offer both the chance to impress their loan club in the hope of extending their stay at the club beyond the loan spell.
It will be the third time this season that Fry has been loaned out and for that reason, you can see what Birmingham won’t be renewing his contract if he hasn’t played that much in the first team squad.
Unlike Fry, this will be the second time that Kelly will have been loaned to the same club in a single season.
The 19-year-old will be returning to the Vanarama Conference club for a second loan spell in a matter of months after the defender was sent there by the Blues in January.
However, he only managed a solitary appearance for the club in the second round of the FA Trophy which the Harriers lost.