Exeter City’s Joel Randall is set to miss the rest of the season with injury, as per a report by Devon Live. 

The attacker suffered a hamstring injury in the his side’s 2-1 defeat to Tranmere Rovers yesterday.

Randall, who is 21 years old, scored his 10th goal of the campaign but is now likely to be sidelined.

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He was a target for the likes of Charlton Athletic, Swansea City and Celtic in the January transfer window, as reported by the Daily Mail, but Exeter managed to keep hold of him.

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The Grecians’ boss Matt Taylor has said: “It was a great finish and I was delighted he got the goal but it has come at a price – a costly one at that. It looks like realistically his season will be over.”

Randall has caught the eye this season and is a product of their academy. He made his first-team debut four years ago in the EFL Trophy but has spent a lot of time since then out on loan to get game time.

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The Salisbury-born attacker has had spells at Taunton Town, Bideford, Weston-super-Mare and Weymouth over recent years to get some experience under his belt.

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He has become a regular this term and has caught the eye of the likes of Charlton, Swansea and Celtic. However, his season appears to be over.

Will Randall be at Exeter next season?

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