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Update emerges regarding immediate future of Luton Town and Bradford City 2021/22 season loan agreement

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Luton Town winger Dion Pereira enjoyed an excellent loan spell with Bradford City under Mark Hughes’ stewardship during the second half of last season. 

The 23-year-old, who was confined to 10 appearances with the Bantams due to an immediate injury when he arrived at Valley Parade, caused havoc from both wing positions, winning the hearts of the Bradford faithful in the process. 

Now it has emerged that Pereira himself is keen on a move back to Yorkshire, as per a report from iNews. 

The report states that Luton want to run the rule over him during pre-season, following a successful campaign themselves in the Championship

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The talented winger’s taste of consistent football at Bradford appears to have swayed the 23-year-old towards a move to Valley Parade, with game time likely to be limited if he spends the 2022/23 campaign at Kenilworth Road. 

The verdict 

An extremely gifted technician, it is abundantly clear that Pereira is beyond League Two level football but that is not to say that a move to Bradford would not make sense. 

A chance to play consistently and climb up the league again may be deemed as the best option for the young winger, instead of seeing limited first-team minutes in England’s second tier. 

There are certainly lots of decisions to be made over the next few weeks, but if Jones opts to revert back to a 4-2-3-1 system, or something similar, then Pereira could have an excellent chance of seeing more regular game time. 

Should Bradford land his signing once more, then it will be another reason why Bradford should succeed in League Two next season. 


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