Young Reading goalkeeper Stuart Moore is on the lookout for a new club this summer, having been told by his parent club that he will not be offered a new deal with the Royals.
Moore never played for the Berkshire side, and enjoyed a number of loan spells whilst on the books at the Madejski Stadium.
The 22-year-old’s most recent time away from the club was spent in League Two with Luton, and the shot stopper was between the sticks in both legs of the Hatters play off defeat to Blackpool.
It looks certain that Moore will not return to the club on a more permanent basis, as he was forced to delete his Twitter account following a barrage of abuse from Luton fans after his late own goal in the second leg cost his side a place at Wembley.
Apart from this blunder, Moore played well during his time at Kenilworth Road, and will be a target for clubs in both League’s One and Two.
One club who may be interested are Scunthorpe United, who are in the market for several new shot stoppers this summer having lost Joe Anyon and Luke Daniels to Port Vale and Brentford respectively.
Whether Moore can slot in as Graham Alexander’s number one remains to be seen, with suggestions that the Iron need an established man to take to the field in August
Moore has a lot of potential, and getting him on board could lead to him challenging for the starting spot with the other keeper the club bring in this summer.