Sims agrees New York Red Bulls loan

By SFC Media time Wed 07 Aug Transfer News
Photo by James Bridle | Josh Sims

Southampton Football Club can confirm that winger Josh Sims has joined MLS club New York Red Bulls on loan until the end of the year, subject to international clearance

The 22-year-old, who has made 27 first-team appearances at Saints, will make the switch to the United States until December 31st in order to gain some valuable experience and additional playing time.

New York Red Bulls, who include former Southampton player Bradley Wright-Phillips in their squad, are currently third in the Eastern Conference standings, and on course to make the end-of-season play-offs, which begin in October.

Ahead of the move, Sims also agreed a new one-year contract extension at St Mary’s, with his deal now running until the summer of 2021.

The club wishes Josh well in the coming months, and looks forward to watching his progress.

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