Leicester City goalkeeper Max Bramley has returned to Belvoir Drive following the conclusion of his loan spell at AFC Telford United.
The 21-year-old initally joined the National League North side on a season-long loan deal, but Telford have opted to end Bramley’s loan spell early.
Bramley made an impressive start to the season for Gavin Cowan’s side, before losing his place in the starting 11 to 20-year-old Andy Wycherley.
Telford have now signed England Under-18 goalkeeper Josef Bursik on loan from Stoke City following his successful spell at Hednesford Town.
It is unclear whether Leicester will seek another loan move fro Bramley, who could stay and challenge Viktor Johansson for a starting place in Steve Beaglehole’s Under-23 squad.
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