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Blackpool make transfer decision on player out-of-contract this summer



Blackpool striker Jake Daniels has committed to remain at Bradford Park Avenue till the end of the 2023–2024 campaign.

When Daniels signed in early February, it was stated that he would be on loan at Horsfall Stadium until the conclusion of the season. Since then, his loan team has reaffirmed that he would stay with them until the end of the season.

A statement from the club read: “We can confirm that Blackpool loanee striker Jake Daniels will be at the Club until the end of the 23/24 season.”

The 19-year-old has already recorded one assist and one goal. He scored his first goal for Park Avenue against Ashton United with a 30-yard attempt that the goalkeeper had little chance of stopping.BPA, who play in the seventh division of the Northern Premier League Premier Division of English football, are fighting for their existence right now. They are three points outside of safety and ranked 19th out of 21 teams.

Daniels played against Peterborough United on the last day of the 2021–2022 season, his only senior debut for the first team. Having played for Bamber Bridge, this is his second taste of senior level football at Bradford Park Avenue.

Having attended Bloomfield Road since he was seven years old, he participated in the young squad on a regular basis and won the Young Player of the Year award after scoring thirty goals in a single season. His professional contract, which he signed in February 2022, expires this summer.

Luke Mariette, a young player with Guiseley, is another player who is on loan to a non-league team. Guiseley is now fifth in the league standings and plays in the same division as Daniels’ Park Avenue. signing of a winter transfer Dan Sassi, on the other hand, joined Rochdale last week and has played eight minutes for them after substituting in games against both Wealdstone and Chesterfield.




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