We reported yesterday that this deal was nearing completion, and now we have official confirmation of Tino Anjorin’s loan move to Huddersfield.
The attacking midfielder joins the Terriers for the season, hoping to demonstrate his abilities with regular game time at a team that made the playoffs last season.
The quotes in his signing announcement show how highly regarded he is:
“In terms of talent, Tino ranks among the top 20-year-olds in the country.” He was unlucky with his injury last season, but our coaches saw more than enough in their work with him to push for his return this season,” said head coach Danny Schofield.
Why should you be concerned? Tino was one of the academy’s brightest talents, and while his career took a turn for the worse last season, he’s much better prepared this time around.
He’ll be returning to the club where he spent the latter part of last season, which should allow him to get right to work. As we’ve seen with Reece James, Mason Mount, and Conor Gallagher in recent years, the Championship is an excellent place for Chelsea players to showcase their abilities.
👋 Welcome back to Huddersfield Town, Tino Anjorin!#htafc | #TerrierSpirit
— Huddersfield Town (@htafc) July 22, 2022
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