Charlton Athletic manager, Karl Robinson, claims he wants to bring Stephy Mavididi on loan against next season.
- Mavididi suffered serious hamstring injury against Bury in February
- Will return to training in July
- Robinson blames himself for not taking striker off
- Manager wants 18-year-old back on loan next season
Mavididi’s loan spell with the League One side was cut short this season after the 18-year-old suffered a hamstring injury, which required surgery.
Robinson blamed himself for the injury, claiming that he should have taken the striker off sooner, and sang the teenager’s praises, saying that he’s a credit to Arsenal.
Now, the Charlton boss has said he wants the England youth international back on loan next season once he’s recovered.
Robinson clearly sees massive potential in Mavididi and probably feels slightly guilty over his season-ending injury. By taking him back on loan, it could perhaps give the teenager another chance to experience regular first team football.