Alan Nixon has stated on his Patreon that Huddersfield Town can recall Jordan Rhodes in January due to a review option in his Blackpool loan.
In the summer, Huddersfield Town approved a loan move for experienced striker Rhodes. Regular minutes with the Terriers appeared to be eluding him, so he signed a season-long agreement with Blackpool.
The 33-year-old has also had an impressive start to his career with the Tangerines. Rhodes has five goals in as many games, including a hat-trick in Reading’s 5-1 hammering before scoring the only goal in Neil Critchley’s side’s 1-0 win over Barnsley on Saturday.
Huddersfield Town can recall Jordan Rhodes in January due to a review option in his Blackpool loan, according to Alan Nixon on his Patreon.
Huddersfield Town approved a loan transfer for experienced striker Rhodes in the summer. Regular minutes with the Terriers seemed to elude him, so he agreed to a season-long contract with Blackpool.
The Tangerines’ 33-year-old has also enjoyed a strong start to his career. Rhodes has five goals in five games, including a hat-trick in Reading’s 5-1 thrashing before netting the only goal in Neil Critchley’s 1-0 triumph over Barnsley on Saturday.
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Rhodes’ promising start with Blackpool has piqued the interest of many. He’s displaying the dangerous form that has made him a hit at a number of clubs during his EFL career.
That could attract the interest of Huddersfield Town. When the January transfer market opens, Darren Moore may be more interested in recruiting a new striker of his own, but if he isn’t and Rhodes is still in form, a recall could appeal to him.
Danny Ward, Pat Jones, Kian Harratt, Josh Koroma, Kyle Hudlin, and Delano Burgzorg are all alternatives at the top, but none have seen much action as of yet.
Burgzorg and Koroma have started both games under Moore, and the Dutch loanee scored in the weekend draw with Ipswich Town. Hopefully, he can emerge as the Terriers’ new talisman.