Peterborough United have today accepted a bid for striker Junior Morias, revealed Posh chairman Darragh MacAnthony on Twitter.
Accepted a bid for Junior M & permission given to talk terms tomorrow ????????
— Darragh MacAnthony (@DMAC102) July 2, 2018
Morias enjoyed a decent season for the Posh last season, scoring five and assisting six more in League One.
But the striker is not believed to be in manager Steve Evans’ plans for next season as he builds a squad he thinks can win promotion this season.
The 22-year-old also suffered a knee injury away to Oldham which kept him out of action for just over three months.
It is not known yet which club has had a bid accepted by Peterborough for the striker, but with Morias on the transfer list it is likely he will leave.
Former manager Grant McCann brought Morias to the club in January 2017 from St. Albans for an undisclosed fee, and it is possible the non-league club could be entitled to a slice of the fee that the Posh have accepted.
This will not come as a surprise to Peterborough United’s fans.
Whilst Morias has impressed with his work rate, the technical side of his game has long been adjudged to not be up to scratch.
His decent goal return means that he will no doubt be a good signing for whoever gets his signature, however.