, Wright, Earley and more: What the summer could hold for Plymouth Argyle’s loaned out players

Wright, Earley and more: What the summer could hold for Plymouth Argyle’s loaned out players

Plymouth Argyle looked to be enjoying a decent first season of Championship football but a poor run of form has seen them dragged into the relegation fight.

Plymouth Argyle sit 16th in the Championship table as it stands but they’re now only two points away from the relegation zone. Ian Foster’s side have won once in the last six, though they’ve had a tough run of fixtures.

Plans for the summer will depend heavily on how the rest of the campaign pans out as the squad will likely look very different depending on whether they can retain their Championship status.

However, the Pilgrims will have one eye on plans for the summer, including decisions on those on loan away from Home Park. Here, we look at what the summer could hold for the current Plymouth Argyle loanees…

Tyreik Wright

Wright hasn’t quite made the impact hoped since signing from Aston Villa, with limited game time resulting in a loan return to Bradford City in January. He’s been limited to only two league appearances there too.

While he has the potential to have an impact at Home Park, it wouldn’t be a surprise if his future lies elsewhere. Relegation to League One would likely give him a chance of a first-team break.

Saxon Earley

It’s been a tough season for left-back Earley. He didn’t get a chance in the first-half of the season due to injury and he’s not featured for loan club Wycombe Wanderers yet due to injury as well.

He’s looked like a talented player in the fourth and third-tiers before and could still have a future at Plymouth Argyle. However, the priority has to be to keep him fit for a sustained period over pre-season to set him up for a fruitful 2024/25 campaign.

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Will Jenkins-Davis

19-year-old midfielder Jenkins-Davies has performed well with Torquay United, getting valuable game time. He’s scored five times in the National League South too, proving his ability at senior level.

As a youngster who has tasted senior action with Argyle before, the club should be looking to extend Jenkins-Davies’ contract this summer, perhaps followed by a new loan at a higher level after time with the first-team over the summer.

Oscar Halls

Last but not least is young defender Halls, who has made a good impression with local non-league side Plymouth Parkway. At 19, the priority will be allowing him to continue his development in the senior game, but it will be up to Argyle to decide if that’s with them or elsewhere.

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