Clements Signs First Pro Deal
Saturday, 18th Aug 2018 20:45
Blues defender Bailey Clements has signed his first professional contract with the club, a deal which runs to the summer of 2020.
Second-year scholar Clements, primarily a left-back, became a regular in the U23s last season and was in the senior squad for the final game of the campaign against Middlesbrough but without making the 18.
The 17-year-old was involved with the first team again during pre-season and came on as a sub in the Barnet friendly.
Clements has been with Town, his local club, since he was seven years old.
Yesterday, striker Jack Lankester signed his first professional contract with the Blues.
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