CAIN LOAN EXTENSION CONFIRMED CAIN LOAN EXTENSION CONFIRMED

CAIN LOAN EXTENSION CONFIRMED

Walsall Football Club have today sealed another extension on the loan agreement of Leicester City midfielder, Michael Cain.
Walsall Football Club have today sealed another extension on the loan agreement of Leicester City midfielder, Michael Cain.

20-year-old, Luton-born Cain is a product of the Luton Town Academy, and joined Leicester in the summer of 2011, in a deal reported to be worth more than £100,000.

After a couple of season's with the Foxes youth sides Michael joined Sky Bet League 2 outfit Mansfield Town on loan in February 2014, and went on to make just a handful of first team appearances for the Stags before returning to the King Power Stadium.

Michael joined Walsall in early October, and after spending a period of time training with the squad, he agreed to a one month loan deal on 20th October.

He went on to put in several solid performances, which convinced Saddlers' boss Dean Smith to extend the deal for another thirty-days November.

Michael has continued to impress whilst at the club, and has done more than enough to force Smith to seek a further extension to his loan period.

Last week Smith spoke to the Express & Star, and confirmed his desire to keep Michael at the club, he said; "I’m really pleased with how he’s progressing and there will be a conversation with Leicester soon to see whether we can extend his loan.

“We have extended it once and it’s up on December 21, so there will be a conversation with Leicester to see if we can extend it until January."

It is also understood that Dean already wants to extend Cain's loan beyond January, he told the Express & Star; “Once we get to January, if we can keep him until then, the conversation will change but it will all depend on what Leicester want to do.”
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