Young Scunthorpe United striker Kyle Wootton has joined Sky Bet League Two club Stevenage on a loan deal until January according to The Iron’s official website.

The 20-year-old Kidderminster born hotshot is currently out of favour at Glanford Park and has been permitted to again leave the club on loan to experience first team football.

It has now been reported that the player will spend the remainder of 2017 on loan at Sky Bet League Two club Stevenage.

The move to The Lamex Stadium will allow the player to feature for a Boro side which have started the season very strongly. Darren Sarll’s men are in third place in the Sky Bet League Two table and the club will be looking to maintain their early season good form.

The loan move to Stevenage is Wootton’s fourth loan spell away from parent club Scunthorpe United. The youngster spent some of the 2015/2016 campaign in The National League with Lincoln City while the striker featured for North Ferriby United and Cheltenham Town last term.

Wootton is a product of the Scunthorpe United academy and the player has gone on to represent The Iron at first team level on 42 occasions, scoring five goals. The youngster has not appeared for the club this season and has been allowed to leave on loan once again.


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