Arsenal loanee Brooke Norton-Cuffy is currently applying his trade at Coventry City who are set to play in the Championship play-offs later this month, with a chance to win promotion to the Premier League.
Coventry booked their place in the play-offs where they will face Middlesbrough after a very successful campaign which saw Brooke Norton-Cuffy feature in all 21 games possible since joining the club.
Coventry’s last game of the 46 game season saw them come up against the same opponents they will battle against. The game ended in a 1-1 scoreline which also saw Brooke Norton appear for the full 90 minutes.
A win over the two legged tie, which is set to be an enthralling fixture, would see Coventry come up against the winners between Sunderland and Luton in the play-off final. 2001 was the last time the sky blues were in the English top division and the fans are most definitely eager to see their club back amongst the best in the country.
As for Brooke Norton he has asserted himself within the championship comfortably. A player who enhances bundles of talent, from his strength to his technical ability, the future is bright for the young England international.
Having spent the first half of the 2022/23 campaign on loan at Rotherham, Arsenal recalled the right-back and sent him on loan to Coventry for the remainder of the season in January. A decision which has reaped its rewards.
The 19-year-old will most likely head out on loan again next season and if Coventry are able to win the play-offs recalling the right-back could prove a reasonable move for all parties.
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