Date: 10th September 2012 at 10:38am
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Manager Steve Davis is ready to go back into the loan market for a new striker after losing youngster Harry Bunn at the weekend.

“If it is an injury that is going to keep him out for several months then he will go back to Man City” – Steve Davis

The on loan Manchester City teenager suffered a knee injury during the latest shut-out with Tranmere Rovers and now faces a spell on the sidelines. Should it prove serious then he will return to his parent club.

Crewe are already without recent summer arrival Mathias Pogba through injury for the next couple of weeks.

“Harry twisted funny on his knee, but we won’t know how bad it is until we have looked at it properly,” Davis told This is Staffordshire. “If it is an injury that is going to keep him out for several months then he will go back to Man City and I will have to look into the loan market to bring someone else in.

“Pogba’s still a few weeks away, so we need to look to bolster the forward line,” he added.

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