New signing Harry Bunn could still be involved against Scunthorpe United this evening if Crewe Alexandra receive the necessary clearance in time.
|“Once I knew there was a possibility I could come to Crewe I wanted to come here” – Harry Bunn|
The nineteen-year-old striker has agreed a six-month loan deal at Gresty Road to follow earlier stints with Oldham Athletic, Preston North End and Rochdale last season.
Bunn is the son of ex-Oldham marksman Frankie and a regular scorer for City’s youth and reserve sides.
“I heard about Crewe’s interest through my agent and everyone knows the style of football Crewe like to play,” he told Crewe’s official website. “Once I knew there was a possibility I could come to Crewe I wanted to come here. There were other interested clubs but I knew I would be joining a club who play football the right way.
“I played about 18 games last season, mainly as a wide player, but I hope to play more in my favourite position up front,” he added. “I like to come deep and get the ball, turn, run at defenders and score goals.”
Crewe’s latest capture is to take over the number 25 shirt recently vacated by Nick Powell upon his move to Manchester United.
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