The 19-year-old has earned himself an award. renewal for five years to his Manchester City contract on Thursday after an impressive performance last season with NAC Breda in the Netherlands’ second division.
Fiorini impressed viewers playing for the Dutch side, helping them in their quest to reach the Eredivisie with six goals and five assists as they lost in the playoffs.
The talented midfielder climbed the career ladder at City Football Academy after joining Citizens at the age of six.
Talking to Lincoln City Official Site As for the loan, Fiorini spoke about his expectations from this one-year stay at Sincil Bank Stadium.
“I spoke to the manager and he showed me some of the young talents he has worked with over the years. His plans, along with Lincoln’s ideas, seem to really suit me, and I can’t wait to get started.… “
He continued, “Last year was my first season in professional football and I managed to settle down, make my way to the team and score some good goals too. I look forward to continuing this this season with Lincoln.… “
The Scotland U21 will join the Lincoln City squad for pre-season training later this week ahead of his first season in Sky Bet League One.
Fiorini is part of a group of young and very talented candidates who are sent on loan to gain crucial first-team experience, with players such as Taylor Harwood-Bellis already transferred to Anderlecht, and midfielder Tommy Doyle will be next in line to move from Academy Stadium on loan.
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