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Manchester United starlet Corry Evans has joined Hull on loan

14 Jan 2011 12:50:17

Manchester United starlet Corry Evans has joined Hull on loan

Hull have signed Manchester United's Corry Evans, younger brother of Red Devils defender Jonny, on loan until the end of the season. Belfast-born Evans, who can play in defence or midfield, penned professional terms with United in 2009 but is yet to make a senior appearance for the club. Eye of the Tigers: Corry Evans has joined Hull on loan from Manchester United He has, however, featured a number of times at international level for Northern Ireland, scoring the winner against Slovenia in a European Championship qualifier earlier this season, and has also spent time on loan at Carlisle and Chester this term. The 20-year-old could go straight into manager Nigel Pearson's squad for Saturday's home clash with Barnsley. Evans will link up with a familiar face at the KC Stadium in fellow Old Trafford starlet Cameron Stewart, who is currently on loan at Hull, while the Tigers also signed James Chester on a permanent basis from United recently.  Man United and Spurs consider move for highly-rated midfielder PetrovicAston Villa loan out No 2 keeper Guzan to Championship side HullRooney boost for Man United with striker set for comeback against SpursClub-by-club guide to every Premier League transfer deal during January  Explore more:People: Nigel Pearson Places: Belfast, Northern Ireland, Slovenia


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