Lewis Warrington

Warrington returns to Everton

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Argyle can confirm midfielder Lewis Warrington has returned to parent club Everton due to injury which brings an end to his loan spell with the club.

Warrington, who suffered an ankle injury in training, went back to Merseyside to begin his rehabilitation and the two clubs have now reached an amicable agreement for the 21-year-old's loan to come to an end early. 

Upon the confirmation of Warrington's return, Director of Football Neil Dewsnip commented: "Lewis unfortunately suffered an injury in training that will rule him out beyond the end of the transfer window and both clubs felt it was right for him to return to Everton and focus on his recovery and then look for further playing time.

"His return, and Kaine's recall earlier today to be involved in the Aston Villa first-team squad gives us an opportunity to freshen and strengthen the squad further. The recruitment team have been working tirelessly on identifying targets and these recalls give us an opportunity to work with Ian to put his own stamp on the squad.

"We have done that already with the additions of Ashley Phillips and Darko Gyabi, who both made positive impressions at Huddersfield, and we are confident of bringing in new signings very soon."

Everyone at Argyle would like to thank Lewis for his efforts since joining the club, and wish him well for both his rehabilitation but also his future career. 

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