Huddersfield Town midfielder Matty Daly has been offered a trial at Rotherham United ahead of the 2021/22 campaign.
According to Paul Davis of the Rotherham Advertiser the 20-year-old has the chance to earn a deal with the Yorkshire club, although the length of the trial period is yet to be determined.
Daly started just the single game for The Terriers last season, making a further four appearances from the bench, with the Championship club seemingly not ready to offer regular first-team football as of yet.
Rising through the ranks at Everton, Daly swapped Merseyside for West Yorkshire in 2015, finishing his youth-team development with Huddersfield.
The young midfielder made his debut for the club in April 2019, featuring in the Premier League as his side were edged out by Watford.
The Stockport-born man scored his first and sole senior goal for The Terriers in December 2019 – an injury-time winner.
The fact that Huddersfield have kept Daly close to the first-team set up ever since 2019 shows that he is a talented individual who is closing in on regular first-team football at the club.
It seems that any move away will be to get some minutes into him so that he can be best prepared for the following season.
Rotherham will be on the lookout for midfielders after Matt Crooks’ transfer to Middlesbrough, and Daly could provide some sort of immediate solution.
Unfortunately for Daly, trial periods are not just about how an individual performs during them, it is also about who else the club can bring in.
However, Daly has been granted a chance to impress at first-team level, in a deal that would work for all parties involved.