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Reading FC Loan Report: March 26

Loan report returns with news of a return for a young midfielder, while another defender continues to help his side try and avoid the drop to the Conference.

Ben Hoskins

Mikkel Andersen - Randers (Danish Superliga) Appearances: 10 Clean Sheets: 1

Still no starting spot for Andersen who's sat out all five league games since the restart for Randers from the bench. Still, with his team yet to record a win or a clean sheet, fingers crossed they decide to make a change.


Daniel Carrico - Sevilla (Liga BBVA) Appearances: 22 Goals 3

Carrico hasn't featured since our last loan report due to a sprained ankle, with Sevilla currently unsure of his return date.


Nick Arnold - Wycombe Wanderers (SkyBet League Two) Appearances: 28

Arnold has started each of the last three games for Wycombe who are still fighting against relegation in League Two. They've earned just one point from their last three games and it won't get any easier with a trip to rampant Scunthorpe coming up on Saturday.


Lawson D'Ath - Dagenham & Redbridge (SkyBet League Two) Appearances: 17 Goals: 1 Red Cards: 1

D'Ath has seen a bit of a dip in playing time recently, after helping the Daggers win 2-1 at Newport, he was subbed at half-time during the 1-1 draw at Bury before being an unused sub in last night's 0-0 draw with Accrington.


Ryan Edwards - Perth Glory (Australian A-League) Appearances: 13 Goals 0

Edwards earned a first start in over seven weeks but couldn't stop the Glory slumping to a 3-0 defeat to Western Sydney. Edwards has given an interview to a local paper saying that his absence has made him mentally stronger, well worth a read if you had five minutes.


Jon Henly - Oxford United (SkyBet League Two) Appearances: 0

Henly hasn't been on the bench over the past few weeks and with his loan due to expire on March 11th and no news of an extension, I can only presume he's back with the Royals.


Stuart Moore - Gloucester City (Conference North) Appearances: 4

Again it seems as if Moore's loan spell as Gloucester is over, with the young stopper absent since our last loan report.