By Skilder Makona
ZIMBABWE international Admiral Muskwe has officially returned to his parent club Leicester City following the end of his short loan spell at English League 2 side Swindon Town.
His return comes after he had spent 6 months at English League 2 side Swindon Town.
The 21-year-old Zimbabwe international has been in outstanding form in front of goal for Leicester City’s Development Squad this term, helping them to reach the quarter-finals of the Leasing.com Trophy.
He scored 10 goals in 19 appearances for Leicester City’s Development Squad before taking the next step in his progression by joining Swindon Town.
Due to his exploits, Muskwe was also nominated for the December’s Premier League 2 Player of the Month after netting in their win against Everton at Holmes Park and bagging a brace against Doncaster in the EFL Trophy.
In a statement, Swindon Town confirmed the development thanking all of its loanees from the 2019/20 season adding that their hard work and commitment, has been first-class throughout the campaign.
During his time at the fourth-tier club, Muskwe made five appearances, all of which coming in as a substitute.
Meanwhile, Liverpool ended their 30-year league title drought after being crowned English Premier League champions this Thursday.
Chelsea beat second-placed Manchester City 2-1 at Stamford Bridge this Thursday, which left Jurgen Klopp’s troops with an unassailable lead at the summit of the standings.