Middlesbrough’s Bryn Morris is to join League Two side York City after he was recalled from his loan spell at Coventry, the club has confirmed on their official site.
The 19-year old joined the Sky Blues on a season-long loan deal in the summer to reunite with Tony Mowbray, who gave him his debut at Boro in an FA Cup game with Hastings United.
However the England under-20’s captain played just seven times for Mowbray’s side and Middlesbrough were unhappy with the amount of games that the highly-rated central midfielder had played.
They decided to recall the player and he is now set to drop down to League Two and join struggling York City as he looks to play regularly in order to aid his development.
As well as his loan spell at Coventry, Morris had a spell with last season’s League Two champions Burton Albion where he featured five times but the two clubs couldn’t agree a deal to extend his spell.
York currently sit 21st in League Two having collected just 12 points from their opening 15 league games and they have already dismissed their manager as Russ Wilcox lost his job on Monday.
York and Middlesbrough fans…What do you make of the news? Is Morris a good signing for the Minstermen? Will he ever make the grade at Boro? Let us know what you think in the comments below!