It has been confirmed by the official Norwich City website, that Tristan Abrahams’ loan move from Norwich to Leyton Orient has been terminated.

After nine appearances for Orient, where he scored two goals, he earned a move to Norwich to help his career development, but he was loaned back to Orient as all parties thought that it’ll be more beneficial for the 18-year-old.

However, the loan move has now been terminated by Norwich, with The Canaries’ sporting director, Stuart Webber, coming out and explaining why the loan agreement was ended.

Webber said:

We spoke to Leyton Orient and said we felt it would be beneficial for Tristan to spend more time here. He wasn’t getting the game-time we’d originally planned at Orient.

If he’d played for them at all, it would have limited the potential for loan moves in the future. That was another factor for us to consider. We didn’t want to harm his opportunities so decided to act quickly on the situation, and Leyton Orient were very good about it.

It is unknown whether Abrahams will go on loan to another side or not or whether he will stay at Norwich and play for their U23 side, who he has made three appearances for, getting no goals but one assist.

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