Luton Town will decide whether to send Admiral Moscow on loan until the end of the transfer window.
Moscow has not earned a significant amount of time on the pitch this season, playing just 134 minutes in two matches.
The 23-year-old forward’s only start so far came in the Carabao Cup first round defeat to Newport County last week.
He was not included in the squad for the first three championship games of the season.
This was reported by Luton coach Nathan Jones Luton newspaper: “You can keep everyone around, if they all get minutes and they all stay fit and strong, then you would be brilliant, but we have to understand that not everyone can play and always people will start to lose a bit of that passion and that lightning, and so they go out for rent.
“For them (Moscow and Carlos Mendes Gomez) it’s just playing time, we like them, they’re good players, it’s important to just get playing time.”
Jones added: “They would have done it (went on loan) regardless of the cup, there are one or two who need openness, need game time World of which, of which we always knew that and we were going to play with them in the Newport game because we had eight, maybe nine games in a month.
“We knew it was going to be tough and we were going to need a squad, so if we have a few players that are potentially available (on loan), just to continue their development.
“We want to make sure we find the right club for them and bring in the right people and once they do, provided we can get a deal done, they will get the game time they need.”
Moscow arrived at Luton ahead of the 2021/22 season after leaving Leicester City U23s.
The Warriors international made 23 appearances in all competitions in his debut campaign for the injury-ravaged Championship side.
Luton Town will decide on the future of Admiral Moscow
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