Kyle Edwards’ contract at West Bromwich Albion is up at the end of June, but he’s making sure he’s in a position to bag himself a new club at the earliest available opportunity by training hard over the summer to stay fit.
The 23-year-old has been keeping fans abreast with his workout regime on his Instagram stories, doing football drills with friends and keeping sharp by taking part in agility training.
Edwards rose through the youth ranks to the West Brom first-team in 2018/19 and went on to make 49 appearances in all competitions, scoring four goals with five assists.
The former England youth international has made only eight appearances across the board this season, amassing a paltry 353 minutes of football, so it’s no surprise why West Brom aren’t extending his contract.
Edwards’ last Premier League outing for Albion came in November 2020. He never played in the top-flight again and was an unused substitute four times. But the 23-year-old’s attitude is on point despite the disappointing campaign.
He’s training hard to be at the best possible condition to impress a suitor this summer, but it remains to be seen where he’ll end up.