Warrington makes Tranmere move

Monday, 31 January, 2022 5comments  |  Jump to last

Highly promising Everton Under-23s midfielder Lewis Warrington has joined Tranmere Rovers until the end of the season.

The youngster who has been turning heads for David Unsworth's Premier League 2 team in recent weeks, was also a target of Fleetwood but he will make the move to his home town of Birkenhead instead.

Warrington becomes the seventh Everton player to go out on loan this season, although both Lewis Gibson and Natham Broadhead have had their loans interrupted by injury.

 

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Bryan Houghton
1 Posted 31/01/2022 at 22:59:45
Could be a very good loan. Looks ready for a more competitive league. Hope he comes back stronger and that Tranmere don't have an option to buy because I think this guy could come thru into first-team contention, with a bit of luck, and when he fills out a bit.

Good luck, Lewis.

Danny O’Neill
2 Posted 31/01/2022 at 23:12:10
I just got told this by my brother and posted elsewhere.

A shame as I wanted to see him closer to the first-team squad, but hopefully we're managing his career and, come the summer, he will be in the fold.

A native of Birkenhead I believe, so he's staying close to home. And Everton.

Competitive football… then back to us. Good luck, Lewis. You look to be a proper Number 6 with a great range of passing.

Ajay Gopal
3 Posted 01/02/2022 at 05:37:31
I am pleased with this move - I have been reading rave reviews about this guy here on TW and that is enough for me to make me feel optimistic.
Ajay Gopal
4 Posted 01/02/2022 at 05:51:15
I am pleased with this move. I have been reading rave reviews about this guy here on TW and that is enough for me to make me feel optimistic.
Steve Griffiths
5 Posted 02/02/2022 at 01:10:36
Great move for the lad. As Danny says a local of Birkenhead so Tranmere supporters should take to him. Heard some really good things about this kid, good passing range etc. & 6 months in league 2 playing proper men’s football might be the making of him. Good luck Lewis.

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