Bristol City youngster Shawn McCoulsky is close to agreeing a loan move to League One side Doncaster Rovers, according to Bristol Live.
The 21-year old joined the Robins from Dulwich Hamlet, spending a season in the U23’s after securing a permanent move and has already turned heads with his goal scoring prowess in various loan spells.
McCoulsky scored eight times in 14 games on loan at Bath City two seasons ago, that coming hot on the heels of a similar spell at Weston-Super-Mare, also in the National League South, where he scored seven in 12.
He stepped up to the Football League last season, spending time with League Two side Newport County. He smashed another 11 goals in just 24 games including the winning goal in their remarkable FA Cup win against Leeds United.
The report suggests a deal is now in the offing to join Grant McCann’s Doncaster Rovers as a potential partner for Malik Wilkes of Leeds, who secured a switch there yesterday.
It seems as though McCoulsky is highly-rated at Bristol City and with good reason. His goal scoring record speaks for itself and if he replicates that in League One, he’ll soon be knocking on the first team door at Ashton Gate.
He’s now hit 31 goals in 78 senior appearances, a remarkable record for such a young footballer. His is a name you’ll be hearing plenty more of in the years to come.
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