Cheltenham born striker Jamie Soule has joined Cheltenham Town on loan until the end of the season.
The 21-year-old moves to the club from Championship side West Bromwich Albion.
A former Bournside pupil, Soule has been with West Brom his whole career and is part of the under-21s squad at the Hawthorns.
He has previous League One experience having spent time on the books at Lincoln City in the division last season until injury ended his time with the Imps.
Prior to that he also had a short spell on loan at Barrow in the season where the Cumbrians earned promotion to the Football League as National League champions - only seeing his time limited at Holker Street due to the COVID-19 pandemic bringing an early end to the season.
During February 2017 he represented England under-17s in the Algarve Tournament, playing alongside the likes of Phil Foden and Jadon Sancho.
This season he's been a regular in West Brom's Premier League 2 campaign and his transfer to the Robins sees him become the club's eighth signing in the January transfer window.
His brother, Toby, plays locally as a midfielder in Hellenic League Division One for Cheltenham Saracens, while his father, Leigh, previously managed Bishop's Cleeve based Smiths Barometrics in the Gloucestershire Northern Senior League.
Soule's player sponsorship is now available. Email email@example.com to enquire into sponsoring his home, away or third kit.
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