Manchester City striker Jordy Hiwula joins Championship side Huddersfield Town

first_imgManchester City have sold rookie striker Jordy Hiwula to Huddersfield Town for an undisclosed fee.The 20-year-old is a product of City’s academy and was a prolific forward for the development squad, where he hit 19 goals in 30 games during the 2013/14 season.The Manchester-born striker, who can also operate on the wing, scored nine goals in 19 league appearances during an impressive loan spell at Walsall last season and has now left the Etihad for good.Hiwula, who joined City as a 12-year-old, has penned a long-term deal at Huddersfield, after the Championship side agreed a fee with City for the starlet. Jordy Hiwula 1last_img

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