The international break is almost over and I can’t be the only one happy about that, but in other news, we could see midfielder Josh Cullen make a permanent switch from his parent club West Ham United.
Just within his first two games, he showed he was going to cause trouble for the League One defences after making two assists in as many games. He has continued to impress The Valley faithful and now manager Lee Bowyer is planning on making a bid for Cullen as he looks to strengthen the squad, not only in quality but in unity as well and making Josh Cullen a permanent player could improve his performances as he joins the rest of the team in creating the unit that will push for promotion.
For me this is a good move in our favour, he is young and has a lot of energy to go around and he has already cemented a place in the first team. He is getting better and better although his assists have gone a bit dry recently, he is young and he will improve with age. If the deal ends up going through I think we will see Cullen for a good few years he has that Charlton feel about him and I think he could be a real star for our future.
West Ham has apparently approved the move so we just have to wait until January to see if this all takes place.
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