Another day, another loan termination set to happen. Blackburn Rovers boss Owen Coyle has hinted that talented City younger Jack Byrne is set to have his season-long loan deal cut shut in favour of more football.
The Irish midfielder has made just 7 appearances for the struggling Blackburn Rovers during his loan spell which is sure to disappoint both Manchester City and the midfielder himself.
Byrne, just 20-years-old is said to be unhappy at the chances received to show his talent off during the loan and wants more football action. He could return to Manchester City to play in the EDS and develop at his parent club, or he may seek another loan in order to get first-team action.
Speaking to the Lancashire Telegraph, Owen Coyle said:
“I have had dialogue with Manchester City over Jack Byrne who we know is a very talented player. He will have a terrific career but I think it’s important Jack gets some game-time and he’s not had that of late.
“To be fair he has been ill over Christmas. The likelihood is that Jack will return to Manchester City and get some game-time, whether that be with another loan spell or in the youth teams.”