If recent reports are to be believed, Milton Keynes Dons have effectively agreed on a deal to bring Norwich City striker Carlton Morris back on loan for next season.
MK Dons boss Russell Martin has not made it a secret that he would like to see Morris return to the club next season, believing that the 24-year-old is also keen on playing at Stadium MK again.
After arriving in January, having spent the first half of the season with Rotherham United, Morris was limited to just ten league matches before the season was paused and ultimately curtailed.
Despite this, he made a positive impact in a Dons shirt, scoring two goals and forming a budding partnership alongside the team's top goalscorer, Rhys Healey, as Martin began alternating between a 4-4-2 diamond and 4-3-3 system.
Now, with the dates of the English Football League's summer transfer window being confirmed, it appears as if Dons fans will get a chance to see Morris even more in 2020/21.
According to Michael Bailey, a journalist covering Norwich City for The Athletic, a deal has been agreed between the Dons and Martin's old club, which will see Morris return to Milton Keynes on loan once again.
Martin's close relationship with the club from his playing days will undoubtedly have helped get such a deal agreed and it will be reassuring for the fans to see the former England Under-19 international back when the new League One season officially kicks off.
Secondly, it's all agreed that Carlton Morris will spend next season on loan at MK Dons.— Michael Bailey (@michaeljbailey) July 17, 2020
That said, still plenty to be decided re League One's start date etc.
My chat with Carlton definitely worth another look.#NCFC @TheAthleticUK #MKDonshttps://t.co/ToRi3OirCB