Harry Charsley joins Bolton Wanderers on loan

Thursday 11 January 2018  3 Comments  [Jump to last]
Everton U23 regular Harry Charsley has joined Championship side Bolton Wanderers on loan. The 21-year-old moves to the Macron Stadium until the end of the season.

Wirral-born Charsley leaves Goodison on a short-term deal after making his first-team breakthrough in December. The Republic of Ireland under-21 international was part of the team that started Everton's Europa League game in Cyprus against Apollon Limassol last month.

Charsley, who played at left-back that night, was a key member of Everton's Premier League 2 title success but a loan move has been in the offing for some time as the club look to accelerate his development.

“We have brought him in until the end of the season,” confirmed Trotters boss Phil Parkinson. “We're a little short in the midfield department.

“Harry can play in the wide positions, he can play in behind the striker. He's a very versatile player and he's got a real energy about him. He will go straight into the squad for Brentford.”

 

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Robert Leigh
1 Posted 11/01/2018 at 17:26:01
This can only be good.

He wasn’t in the first team plans, hopefully he goes and gets some game time.

Steve Ferns
2 Posted 11/01/2018 at 18:15:49
He looks a good player. He played left back for the seniors in Cyprus, he has played right back, as well as his more natural midfield role.

I hope he does well and develops enough to get another crack at the first team next season.

Steve Carse
3 Posted 12/01/2018 at 19:23:45
Great energy and drive. Can play the effervescent No.10 role. A bit over the top perhaps but his playing style does remind me somewhat of the 'The Greatest of Them All'.

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