Birmingham City youngster Charlie Lakin has joined Stevenage on a loan deal until the end of the season.

OFFICIAL: @CharliieLakin has joined @SkyBetLeagueTwo side @StevenageFC on a Standard Loan until the end of the season.

Blues could recall the 20-year-old in January 2020 as part of the deal.

Full details 👉 https://t.co/Q5WbUJbH9U#BCFC pic.twitter.com/RMoWPAC2tU

— Birmingham City FC (@BCFC) August 22, 2019

The 20-year-old broke through last season under Garry Monk and played ten games in what was a pretty successful campaign for Blues, however he has found opportunities hard to come by under Pep Clotet this season.

Lakin hasn’t been involved in the squad under the Spaniard in the league, although he did play in the League Cup defeat at Portsmouth.

But, his lack of minutes in the Championship means it’s no surprise to see Blues have sanctioned his move to Stevenage and it was confirmed on their official site that he has signed for the League Two club.

The west Midlands outfit have insisted on a recall clause that allows the player to return to St. Andrew’s in the January window.

And, most fans feel that this is a move that suits all parties and here’s some of the reaction to the transfer on Twitter…

Happy with this 100%. @BCFC are starting to tick most of the boxes. Up the blues

— Manni (@mannisxngh) August 22, 2019

Good move for him get some more experience

— Tom (@BluesTom__) August 22, 2019

Too good for league 2 should be in league 1! Best of luck though 💙

— Chris (@ChrisBvller) August 22, 2019

@BoroFCcentral Stevenage about to do bits with another one of our players? Imagine my shock

— Kian (@bcfckian) August 22, 2019

Experience will do him good

— Ayla Harris (@aylaharris_xo) August 22, 2019

Quality signing this is for @StevenageFC

Good luck @CharliieLakin #BCFC

— Du Du Dugarry (@BcfcFanecdotes) August 22, 2019

Good luck @CharliieLakin show them what you’re made of!

— George Martin (@George_martin00) August 22, 2019

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