Posh To Bring In Adam Drury?
It`s a name very familiar to Peterborough United fans but it`s not THAT Adam Drury, but the Manchester City teenager!
With Posh losing Mark Little and it looking more and more likely that Craig Alcock will reject the new contract offered him last week, Posh could turn their attention to a season-long loan signing to fill their vacant right-back slot.
Barry Fry has at least two options open to him with one of them believed to be 20-year-old Adam Drury from Manchester City.
Drury can play on either wing or at full-back and could be the ideal replacement for the attacking Mark Little who departed for Bristol City at the end of last season.
Drury is originally from Grimsby but signed for City in 2007 when aged just 14. He has progressed through the youth ranks and into the City reserves but with the first team squad City have, it looks increasingly unlikely that any home-grown players may make the breakthrough.
With that in mind, Drury spent part of 2013 on loan at Burton Albion making 13 appearances but he stayed at City last season.
Will Drury be the one to fill the void left by Little and Alcock?
Photo courtesy of www.mcfc.co.uk
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