West Ham switch information: Mipo Odubeko joins Huddersfield

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West Ham younger Mipo Odubeko has joined Championship aspect Huddersfield on mortgage for the remaining of the 2021/22 season. He has additionally signed a brand new contract along with his mother or father membership till 2023.

Dublin-born Odubeko, who hung out on the youth academies of Manchester City and Manchester United earlier than becoming a member of Hammers two years in the past, continues to be simply 18 however has been knocking on the door of the East London A group for the reason that membership bought Sebastien Haller in January.

The 18-year-old impressed David Moyes sufficient to make his debut towards Stockport County within the third spherical of the FA Cup and turned a daily a part of the Premier League squad for the remaining of the marketing campaign shortly thereafter.

Odubeko, nonetheless, remained an unused substitute all 18 instances he was named within the match day squad within the league and by no means got here on the sector. He has not been concerned to this point this season and has as an alternative made two appearances in two Premier League 2 matches for the membership’s U23 group.

90min solely revealed final week that {the teenager} has not been happy along with his function in West Ham and needed to have the opportunity to play first group soccer as quickly as doable. Joining Huddersfield on mortgage ought to give him that want – he has already been awarded Terriers jersey quantity seven.

A press release from West Ham mentioned: “Everyone at the club would like to wish Mipo the best of luck for his loan spell and look forward to welcoming him back to East London with the benefits of having such experience behind him.”

Huddersfield head coach Carlos Coberan has described Odubeko as a participant with “potential” and says he’s trying ahead to working with him this season.

The Yorkshire membership have made a powerful begin to the brand new championship marketing campaign, taking 10 factors from their first 5 matches and taking a playoff spot at this early stage.

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