Berkshire news Paul Ince tightlipped on Omari Hutchinson to Reading transfer rumours PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Chelsea youngster Omari Hutchinson, who joined the Blues from Arsenal only last month, has been linked with a loan move to Reading FC for the 2022/23 season

Berkshire news Paul Ince tightlipped on Omari Hutchinson to Reading transfer rumours PremierLeague-News.Com

PremierLeague-News.Com - Chelsea youngster Omari Hutchinson, who joined the Blues from Arsenal only last month, has been linked with a loan move to Reading FC for the 2022/23 season

Berkshire news Paul Ince tightlipped on Omari Hutchinson to Reading transfer rumours PremierLeague-News.Com
04 August 2022 - 13:15

PremierLeague-News.Com - Breaking Sport Transfer News ! Reading FC manager Paul Ince says Chelsea youngster Omari Hutchinson is 'not on his wavelength' at the moment amid rumours the teenager is close to joining the club on loan. Hutchinson, 18, joined the Blues from Arsenal only last month but is expected to be sent out on loan this season in a bid for regular minutes. The attacking midfielder was linked with Reading at the start of the summer when he was with the Gunners and even though he has moved across London, he continues to be the subject of Royals transfer speculation. READ MORE: New Reading midfielder ruled out of first home game of the season Reports over the past few days in various outlets suggested a deal for him was close, and although Ince says he regards Hutchinson as a 'top player,' he remained tightlipped when asked if there had been any progress in a deal to bring him to Berkshire. "Not from where I come from," Ince said. "It's tricky because of the embargo. A lot of players want to go to other clubs and it gets closer to the end of the window but then they can't get that club, so then sometimes we become the last option. I don't think that's right, you either want to play for Reading or you don't.

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. "In a way, it can benefit us because we are the last port of call and as much as we haven't got the situation where we have our squad formed, in a perverse way it could benefit us because we could pick right at the end [of the window] the players we want, if we can afford it. "People like Omari Hutchinson, who is a top player, he's not on my wavelength at the moment. The most important thing at the moment is getting a left-back in. Nesta Guinness-Walker did well last week at Blackpool but it was his first 90 minutes and he has come from League Two to the Championship." Reading have made nine signings so far this summer. They are Joe Lumley, Tom Ince, Dean Bouzanis, Tyrese Fornah, Jeff Hendrick, Shane Long, Sam Hutchinson, Mamadou Loum and Guinness-Walker. Ince is still hoping to tie up a deal for free agent Naby Sarr over the next week, with the club just waiting on approval from the English Football League (EFL). READ NEXT New Reading midfielder ruled out of first home game of the season Paul Ince issues update on Reading's pursuit of Naby Sarr Ovie Ejaria sent strong Reading message after John Swift's exit Latest Reading injury updates and team news ahead of Cardiff clash Reading U21s fixtures released for new season as Noel Hunt's side start at Sheffield United

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