Boss says that nothing has progressed over Ryan Colclough situation.
Crewe Alexandra manager Steve Davis says he will not be putting any deadline on Ryan Colclough deciding upon his future.
Colclough is out of contact at the club but has continued to train with us at Reaseheath. He is not expected to play for us in the forthcoming friendly games though, as to not risk injury.
The football club would receive a transfer fee by tribunal if the 20-year-old forward elects to move elsewhere. Boss Steve Davis is hopeful that won’t happen and Colclough will become a key member of his side again this season.
After over 16 months out with injury, the talented wide man returned to action for the decisive run-in last season to score some crucial goals against Sheffield United and Coventry.
Davis updated crewealex.net about the situation: “Nothing has changed. We continue to have dialogue with Ryan and his agent. I’ve spoken to Ryan and he knows my feelings on the matter. He knows that everyone at the club wants him to stay.
“I want him to stay, the board want him to stay and I’m sure the fans want to see Ryan in a red shirt again this season.
“Ryan has worked hard in the summer and he is training well. He is fit and I’ve told him that he will play every week if he is fit and in form. I’m sure I can get the best out of him and told him what I think is his best career pathway. I cannot promise him more than that.
“I haven’t put any deadline on it and who knows what will happen with something like this. I just know he is a player we would like to keep if we can and I don’t think we can do much more if I’m honest.”