Luton Town Winger Wanted By League Two Club

AFC Wimbledon have shown signs of interest in Luton Town winger Josh Neufville, according to the South London Press .

Neufville spent last season on loan at fellow League Two side Sutton United, making 35 appearances across all competitions. The winger scored twice, helping Sutton to a 14th place finish in their second season in the EFL.

With the Hatters now being promoted to the Premier League for the first time in their history, there could be quite a few faces leaving Kenilworth Road come the summer. Neufville could be one of these, having made just four competitive appearances for the first team after coming through the academy. The winger has had various loans in both the National League and League Two in recent years.

What would he bring to Wimbledon?

Wimbledon will be looking to improve their squad for the forthcoming season having finished a lowly 21st place, only five points clear of the relegation zone. This was the Wombles first season back in the fourth tier having suffered relegation from League One the season prior, and drastic improvements are needed to once again be competitive.

The addition of Neufville will bring versatility and added creativity in the attacking third, something that the Wombles currently lack. His pace can stretch defences and although he may only be utilised as a rotational player, the 22-year-old still has the ability to really hurt defences.

Who is Josh Neufville?

Having come through the youth academy at Luton, the young winger has already got plenty of appearances under his belt in the lower leagues. Although this experience has not come at Kenilworth Road, the winger has made over 100 appearances across the National League and League Two. Loan spells to Solihull Moors, Yeovil Town, Woking and now Sutton have toughened up the winger, who could be due a move in the summer. Although still needing to work on his finishing and his final ball, there is still plenty of improvement to come from Neufville, who obviously has plenty of potential.

Writer’s View

It is fairly easy to see that Neufville is not in Luton’s plans and it will be no surprise to see the winger move on come the summer. After Wimbledon’s torrid season, young talents will greatly help boost the squad and that is what Neufville will do. He does still need to work on his end product having only scored twice at Sutton and should be used as a rotational player to begin with. There is a good player in there though, and Wimbledon may just be able to get the best out of the 22-year-old.

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