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Flynn Downes makes a move to championship club following West Ham exit

West Ham player Flynn Downes has made a move to a Championship club via this summer’s transfer window. The negotiations with respect to the player’s move were taking place over the past several days. The player who had joined David Moyes’ West ham last season, is now all set to make a loaned move to none other than Southampton. The player’s move to his new club is almost complete as per the confirmations of several sources.

Flynn Downes to join Southampton on loan

Several relevant sources with regard to the latest football transfers have made it clear that Southampton have completed the signing of Flynn Downes on loan from West Ham. The player shall be a part of the championship club for the upcoming season. No permanent buying option at the end of the loan period has been mentioned.

Flynn Downes who was born in the year 1999 began his senior career with Ipswich Town in the 2017/18 season at the age of 18. He spent a part of the same season on loan at Lutton Town. After around four years at Ipswich Town, he joined Swansea City in the 2020/21 season. After having made 39 appearances for the club that season, he joined West Ham in the Premier League the following year. He got to play 35 games for the team throughout the season.

Southampton haven’t been in good form at all lately. The side finished at the bottom of the league last season. With just 25 points in the 38 games, the team was inevitably relegated to the championship following their poor display in the 2022/23 season.

The team’s major motto now will be to perform well in the Championship this season and find the area back into the Premier League. The onus will be on the team’s new signings including young Flynn Downes to help the side achieve its objectives hereon.


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