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Huddersfield Town set to beat Sheffield Wednesday to non-league signing

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Huddersfield Town are set to beat Sheffield Wednesday to the signing of Solihull Moors striker Kyle Hudlin, as per a report from Football Insider. 

The 21-year-old, who has been monitored by several clubs across the course of the 2021/22 season, suffered play-off heartbreak with his Solihull Moores side, as Grimsby Town managed to secure a Football League return, needing extra time to complete the job.

With the Mariners running out as 2-1 winners, it was Hudlin who opened the scoring just before half time.

Standing at 6 ft 9, Hudlin is the tallest professional outfield player in the UK, with Huddersfield edging closer to agreeing a deal for the young forward.

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The young forward featured 24 times in the league last season for the Midlands-based club, netting on five occasions during that time.

The verdict 

Being on the radar of several clubs going into this summer, Huddersfield will be hoping that they are able to complete this deal soon and assess him ahead of the next few weeks.

It remains to be seen what the immediate plan will be for the young forward, should the Terriers land his signature, and whether or not they will be seeking a temporary destination where he can continue his development.

A real physical presence, and developing a knack for scoring goals, it is no surprise that a high-spring Championship club are interested in signing him, especially when considering he is still just 21 years of age.

Huddersfield have recently recruited very well and have made good use of the lower league markets, with this another opportunity to do exactly that. 


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