Norwich City reports rumors: Patrick Roberts will stop lending ahead of schedule and join Middlesbrough Championship club | Norwich City News

PUBLISHED: 15:52 December 31, 2019 | UPDATED: 3:52 p.m. December 31, 2019

Patrick Roberts is reported to leave Norwich early and join Middlesbrough on a loan.
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Paul Chesterton

Patrick Roberts’ unfortunate credit spell with Norwich City is due to be completed ahead of schedule, and it is reported that an agreement on the Championship has already been concluded by the Manchester City parent club.

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Patrick Roberts just started one game for Norwich City, playing all 1-0 losses in Crowley in the League Cup
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The football insider claims to have been told that the winger will be recalled and fully leased for the remainder of the season to help chase the Middlesbrough playoffs.

Former Celtic Loan Star Should Stay with the Canary Islands for the whole season but he could not get into the plans of Daniel Fark, despite the fact that he played an outstanding role in the pre-season period and received command number seven.

Fulham Academy’s 22-year-old product made only four appearances this season with all three of his Premier League matches being a short substitute – the last of which was a 5-1 loss against Aston Villa in October.

His only start was a 1-0 defeat in favor of League Two Crowley Town in the second round of the League Cup, where he hit the post, as the City shadow squad plummeted to an embarrassing loss.

Borough currently holds 16th place in the league and is training for former Real Madrid and Leeds quarterback Jonathan Woodgate, nine points ahead of the top six.

TOTAL: If Roberts really leaves, this will be a little surprise for Canary Islands supporters, but the reason for his lack of participation has remained something mysterious, with Fark assuming the madman seemed tired after the preseason, after a mostly unsuccessful stay in Spain with Girona last season.

Everything looked good in the pre-season period, however, when the young man scored an excellent goal and put the other three during a friendly victory with a score of 5: 1 in the Lutone championship club, but he did not seem to be able to convince Fark who could be relied on for the top flight .

He was named on the bench for only two of his last 12 matches, scoring under the age of 23 in a home loss 4–2 at West Brom in October, and it is best for a player to lower the level to try to return to regular activities.

His exit would also have vacated the City’s credit bay, which could have been filled during the January transfer window, with two loans from other Premier League clubs, a total of four allowed, a total of goalkeeper Ralph Farmann and midfielder Ibrahim Amadu has already been borrowed from Schalke and Seville, respectively.