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Wesley Hoedt Joins Lazio On Loan
Monday, 5th Oct 2020 21:09

Saints have confirmed that Wesley Hoedt has joined the club he left to come to St Mary's, Italian side Lazio.

Saints have confirmed that Wesley Hoedt will join Lazio on a season long loan with an option to buy at the end of the loan period.

The 26-year-old centre-back moved to Saints from the Italian club in 2017, and has since made 45 appearances in his time at St Mary’s.

Hoedt, who has previously spent time on loan at Celta Vigo and Royal Antwerp, will now head back to Serie A for the remainder of the 2020/21 and will hope to help Lazio repeat their success of the last campaign, when they finished fourth.

Of all the players shipped out on loan, I do think that Hoedt could have improved our side if Ralph Hasenhuttl had given him a chance, however from the Austrian's arrival at the club he had decided that the Dutch defenders face didn't fit and he did not play a game under Hasenhuttl.

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WestSussexSaint added 21:22 - Oct 5
Don’t let it be said that you weren’t loyal to Hoedt to the very end.

I’ll stick with Ralph’s view.
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SaintNick added 21:58 - Oct 5
Im not loyal to Hoedt, of all the three that have left today I think he made the biggest contribution, I stick with Ralph's view too, but it might have been different, Hoedt was frozen out without playing a game for Ralph, unlike Boufal who had plenty of chances here.

Good luck to all three of them who have gone today
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WestSussexSaint added 22:07 - Oct 5
I don’t doubt that of the 3 that have left tonight Wesley made the biggest contribution it’s just that is a pretty low bar!
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SaintPaulVW added 04:48 - Oct 6
A CB that was afraid to head had potentially the greatest contribution to make in a side that supposedly needs a rock solid leader. Lol.
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highfield49 added 09:06 - Oct 6
I'm hoping that the apparent option to buy is sufficiently low to tempt Lazio into a deal as soon as possible. If his football brain had equalled his ego and arrogance he could have been quite a decent player.
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