Plenty of Nottingham Forest fans have taken to social media to react after the club announced that right-back Jayden Richardson has joined League Two side Exeter City on loan.
The 18-year-old is yet to make a senior appearance for Nottingham Forest, but has been included in Sabri Lamouchi’s matchday squad on two occasions so far this season.
The defender impressed for Nottingham Forest’s under-23 side last season and signed his first professional deal with the club in April this year.
Richardson has joined Exeter on a season-long loan and could make his debut for his new club against Swindon Town in League Two at St James Park tomorrow.
Exeter are currently third in the League Two table after back-to-back wins from their opening two league games against Macclesfield Town and Stevenage.
Plenty of Nottingham Forest fans took to social media to react to the news that Richardson has left the club on loan.
Many fans pointed out that Richardson is a promising player and are excited that he will get a chance to play regular first-team football at Exeter, while other fans admitted that they would have liked to have seen him given a chance at the City Ground this season.
Here is a look at the best reactions to the news from Nottingham Forest fans on Twitter…
Get him playing. He looked extremely good in pre season
— Josh (@NFFCFUSSEY) (@SemedoSZN) August 16, 2019
Fantastic place to learn your craft. Exeter have produced gems recently. All the best
— Brummie Tricky 🌳 (@BrummieTricky) August 16, 2019
— Ed 034 🏆🏆🏆 (@dingdinghopkin) August 16, 2019
Great signing for Exeter that. Hopefully our number 1 right back next season
— Forest Fanzone (@forestfanzone) August 16, 2019
Good prospect, has all the tools to be a very good player.
Quick, athletic, composed and a good attitude.
Will do very well for you
— Superreds (@superreds1973) August 16, 2019
Good luck lad 👍🏻
— beth ✨ (@Bethanydids) August 16, 2019
Good move for him. Exeter play good football, I hope he impresses.
— Davo M (@davo261088) August 16, 2019
Would of liked to see him have a chance tbf.
— Ryan Bardill (@Ryan_nffc10) August 16, 2019