Pacy winger Kallum Mantack has been allowed to leave Stockport County following the expiry of his short-term deal.

Mantack originally joined the Hatters on loan from Oldham Athletic a year ago, but his loan spell was cut short after scoring the winner against Alfreton, when a horror tackle left him with a broken fibula and dislocated ankle last December.

Manager Jim Gannon said: “I was glad we were able to bring Kallum back to County in the summer, albeit on a short-term contract, because he worked so hard on his rehabilitation during the first half of this year.”

Last season the 20-year-old scored two goals in ten appearances for the Hatters, including a goal on his County debut in a 4-1 home win over FC United. This season he did the same again to FC United, scoring in a 5-1 win on the opening day of the campaign.

Gannon said: “Kallum is a talented player and we are pleased to have played a part in his development. He is now trialling with a Championship Under-23 side and we all look forward to following his progress.”


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