Oxford Confirm Graham Loan Signing
Wednesday, 26th Dec 2018 09:58
Oxford United have confirmed that Blues loanee Jordan Graham will join them on loan from Wolves on January 2nd.
The 23-year-old had been due to stay with Town for the whole season but is not been in manager Paul Lambert’s plans and has been on trial with the League One side, with whom he previously had a loan spell in 2015, since late October.
Graham, who also had a short stint with Town in 2013/14, rejoined the club on loan from Wolves in August and made three starts and one sub appearance without scoring under Paul Hurst but did not feature under Lambert.
With the winger's exit now confirmed and injured ex-skipper Jon Walters's half-season spell up at the start of the month, the Blues will go into January with four players on loan - Trevoh Chalobah, Tayo Edun, who is currently back at Fulham with an eye injury, Matthew Pennington and until confirmation of his permanent leave to remain arrives, Janoi Donacien - with five permitted in a matchday squad.
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