Looking Closer: Josh Tymon

Josh Tymon put pen to paper with Stoke today, having turned down a professional deal at Hull City who have had him on their books for six years.

The 18-year-old left back pushed through the youth ranks, playing in the under-18’s at aged just 15 and the under 21’s during the 2015/16 season.

His professional debut came in an FA cup appearance against Bury last January, an exciting time for the defender who was then called up to the England under-17’s setup where he made his debut in a 1-1 draw against Portugal.

His best opportunities at Hull included making his full premier league debut In November against Sunderland and scoring his first Hull City goal against Swansea in the FA cup.

Tymon made five league appearances last season, amassing a total of 325 minutes which has seen him touted as a bright star for club and country.

Stoke believe that Tymon will be ready to contest with Erik Pieters for a place in the first team within just months.


Written by Tom Hammersley

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