Oldham’s Surridge recalled to parent club amid loan rumours

Sam Surridge (blue shirt) against Fulham in the FA Cup

Oldham Athletic’s top goal scorer, Sam Surridge, is looking like he could’ve played his last game for the club after being recalled to Bournemouth amid rumours he’s about to go to a League One side.

The striker, who arrived at Boundary Park in the summer, has been keeping the attention of a number of clubs with Bournemouth believed to be wanting him to test himself at a higher level than League Two.

The Telegraph and Argus is reporting that Bradford City are very keen on the highly rated forward however it’s not know if that will be a permanent deal or another loan.

Before arriving at Oldham Athletic, Surridge had impressed at fellow League Two side Yeovil last season and has also caught the eye of many by bagging 12 goals in 20 appearances for Latics including a penalty at Fulham on Sunday in their 2-1 FA Cup third round win at Cravern Cottage.

The 20-year old has had spells on the sidelines this season through injury but his departure will still be seen as a major blow to Latics.

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