, Free agent finds new club following Southampton departure last summer

Free agent finds new club following Southampton departure last summer

Fedel Ross-Lang has signed for FK Tauras following his exit from Southampton last summer, as announced by their official club website.

Southampton cut ties with the youngster at the end of last season following their relegation to the Championship.

Ross-Lang, 20, has since been weighing up his next move as a free agent.

FK Tauras have now confirmed he has put pen-to-paper on a contract with them.

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This move to Lithuania is a chance for Ross-Lang to get some regular game time under his belt.

He has been out of the game for nearly a whole campaign now and it will help him get some experience under his belt.

The winger was on the books of Manchester City’s academy before switching to Southampton in 2020.

He initially linked up with the Saints’ Under-18’s side and scored seven goals in 31 matches before going on to make seven appearances for their Under-21’s.

The Saints made the tough decision to part ways with him last June when his contract expired after they slipped out of the Premier League.

, Free agent finds new club following Southampton departure last summer
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Ross-Lang never played for the first-team at St Mary’s so will be eager to get a taste of regular senior football with FK Tauras now.

They play in the II Lyga which is the second division in Lithuania and are currently sat in 5th place, 10 points off the top three.

Ross-Lang’s previous club Southampton are currently eyeing promotion back to the top flight. They are in the play-offs under Russell Martin.

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