Solihull Moors striker Kyle Hudlin would give Darren Moore “another option”, says former Sheffield Wednesday midfielder Carlton Palmer.
The Athletic have hinted at Hudlin becoming a potential target for Wednesday this summer as the club look to bolster their options up front.
At 6 ft 9, Hudlin is believed to be the tallest outfield player in English football right now, so to say he could offer Moore’s side a focal point would be an understatement.
Should Wednesday take a chance on Hudlin?
The 21-year-old is currently plying his trade in the National League and is yet to play in the EFL, but Palmer has no doubts about what he could bring to the table for Wednesday.
“I know he’s attracting a lot of interest,” Palmer said in an exclusive interview with TT. “League One or maybe even in the Championship, having that height and that physical presence [can go a long way].
“A lot of goals, 90% of goals in football are scored from restarts, corners, free kicks, throw-ins, so it gives you another option.”
At 21, Hudlin obviously has plenty of time to develop and grow, while being at a National League side like Solihull Moors means he probably will not cost that much, so perhaps the English youngster is worth taking a punt on.
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