Bristol City goalkeeper Will Buse has been linked with a move to Huish Park “in the next 24 hours“, according to reports coming out of Ashton Gate.
The 20-year-old was recalled from his loan spell at Southern League Premier Division side Taunton Town on Monday afternoon from where he kept the Glovers’ out in a pre-season friendly last month.
He made a number of impressive saves on the night including denying Tom Knowles from the penalty spot, carrying on his impressive form on loan at Taunton as they won promotion last season.
The report on Bristol Live said: “City activated a clause in the loan deal to recall him and he is likely to join Yeovil in the next 24 hours once the paperwork is completed, in time for their National League season opener at Scunthorpe United.”
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If the move is forthcoming, it would raise questions about the fitness of number one Grant Smith going in to the weekend’s National League opener at Scunthorpe United on Saturday, and the future of back-up keeper Max Evans.
Manager Chris Hargreaves hosts his first pre-match press conference on tomorrow (Thursday) afternoon and therefore we can expect to know more after that – if not before.
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