The January window has proven quite productive so far for Charlton Athletic and they seem potentially on the brink of another arrival.
Jonny Williams and Ben Purrington have come in to help add cover and experience to the side as Lee Bowyer looks to get by with a number of injuries still knocking about the squad.
And, by the looks of things, he might not be done just yet with Pete O’Rourke delivering this update concerning the Addicks:
Former Queens Park Rangers man Michael Petrasso is training at Charlton ahead of a possible move to the Valley. #cafc
— Pete O'Rourke (@SportsPeteO) January 11, 2019
A Canadian international, Petrasso has some experience of playing in England – as O’Rourke’s update clearly underlines.
Not only has he played for QPR in this country, though, he has also featured for the likes of Oldham, Notts County and Coventry City in what has been a varied career for someone who’s just 23-years-old.
A diminutive player who can work at full-back or as a winger, Bowyer may feel his versatility could come in handy as the Addicks go for the play-offs.
Petrasso, you’d imagine, won’t have any problems with settling in given he has already played in this country for a number of sides.
He’s yet to really settle at any of them, though, and so if he did sign for Charlton that would be one of the things many would be interested to see if he could achieve.