Kieron Morris: Walsall Winger Linked With Tranmere Rovers

Walsall winger Kieron Morris is being chased by a number of EFL clubs, with the Hereford-born 24-year-old expected to leave Banks's Stadium before the January Transfer Window closes on Thursday evening.
Morris, who has struggled to break into Saddlers manager Dean Keates' first-team plans over recent weeks, is said to be a major target for League Two outfit Tranmere Rovers with the Prenton Park side keen to land the winger on loan.

"I understand Tranmere are amongst the clubs plotting a move for Kieron Morris."
- Joseph Masi, Express & Star

Kieron, who rose through the ranks at Banks's Stadium following youth spells with Leominster Minors, Hereford United, and Manchester United, has made twenty-six first appearances so far this season - scoring five goals - but hasn't played since the Saddlers' Emirates FA Cup - Third Round defeat to Bolton Wanderers in January.

The winger is due to be a free agent in the summer and with no sign of a new deal on the horizon could be set to bring his Saddlers career to an end with a six-month loan to either Tranmere or one of the other clubs reportedly seeking his services.

Kieron, who has made around two-hundred first-team appearances including outings for the Saddlers, Worcester City, Leamington, and Wrexham, made his professional debut in August 2013 during a League Cup defeat to Stoke City and could be set to continue his career at a new club.

The Express & Star reports that Morris may well remain at the club until the end of the season, however, with manager Dean Keates seeking to add to his squad before the window closes Kieron, who is said to be frustrated with the lack of regular football, could find himself even further down the pecking order and may well opt to continue his career elsewhere.
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