Brentford stole Bury’s youth academy product Joe Adams for an undisclosed fee yesterday.
Joe Adams, 18, is described as an ‘exciting winger’ in his farewell message from Bury FC. The youngster has been a part of Bury’s set up since playing at the under 8’s level.
Despite being a boyhood player for Bury, Adams has swiftly exited the squad in a time of great trouble. In their financial stress, Bury may be starting their campaign with a 12 points deduction. After their fantastic promotion, it is likely that the club will be relegated after this season.
Adams is taking a leap up the EFL by being snatched by Brentford, a side who finished 11th in the Championship last season.
The Welshman Adams made six senior appearances for the club. Regularly taking the armband on many occasions for the Youth Academy, it demonstrates that this youngster has quality as well as leadership skills.
What can he bring to Brentford?
It is clear that the boy has an abundance of talent. Hence why a club of much higher quality has sealed the deal for him.
For starters, Adams will bring excitement to the fans, and seeing a youngster shine is one of the greatest feelings in football.
Should we see him feature regularly on the pitch, Adams will most definitely provide many assists for Brentford. In just 90 minutes of game time, Adams got 1 assist for Bury in the EFL Trophy, according to Transfermarkt.
The purchasing of Adam indicates that Brentford’s scouting is of great quality. It also tells the fans that Brentford is looking to build for a more prosperous future.
It is unsure as to whether Adams will get much first-team football this season, but he is most definitely a name to keep an eye on. Joe Adams.