Luton Town are still keeping tabs on Concord Rangers striker Temi Babalola, according to Luton Today.
Babalola spent time on trial with the club earlier this season, featuring for the Hatters’ Under-21 side in a friendly against Slough Town.
The 19-year-old has since returned to Concord Rangers, as he looks to help Danny Scopes’ side move away from the relegation zone in the National League South table.
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Babalola has scored two goals in eight games for Rangers this season, and recently stood out as they lost to Stevenage on penalties in the FA Cup.
Luton are still running the rule over Babalola, as Nathan Jones has a good look at the powerful attacker as he looks to strengthen the club’s Under-21 squad.
Jones previously revealed his intentions to strengthen the Under-21 side, which suggests that Babalola – if he signed – would be one for the future.
Luton sit 10th in the Sky Bet Championship table, and sit two points off the play-offs following an impressive start to the season. Jones’ side face Blackburn at Kenilworth Road this weekend.
Babalola looks to be an exciting player who Luton are clearly having a good look at.
He’s six-foot-four, he’s a quick player, and he could be a useful player for the Hatters if the club do wish to add him to their Under-21 group and sign him.
He is yet to test himself in the EFL and the National League South isn’t the greatest of levels in terms of quality, but he will be desperate to make the step-up.