Saints youngster seals Salisbury switch
Southampton starlet Siph Mdlalose has been allowed to depart on loan to join non-league Salisbury for the rest of the season.
Saints have confirmed on their official website that the 20-year-old midfielder has joined the Southern Premier Division South league side for the rest of the campaign, where he will hope to secure regular first-team football.
Salisbury are managed by former Leicester, Birmingham and Millwall striker Steve Claridge, who is hoping to guide them to back-to-back promotions and grab a place in the National League South for next season.
Mdalose has yet to play a senior first-team game for Saints but has been a regular at Under-23 level recently in the Premier League 2. He has also featured for the club in the EFL Trophy, making two appearances and scoring once.
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