Dan Kemp’s Future at Swindon Town: Manager Michael Flynn explains why he’s Optimistic About Extending Loan…

Michael Flynn remains optimistic about the prospect of Dan Kemp extending his stay at Swindon Town for the entire season, despite the midfielder being on loan from Milton Keynes Dons. The 24-year-old, who has impressed with his performances, holds the third-highest assist count and is among the top ten goal scorers in League Two this season. Additionally, he boasts the highest average match rating on Sofascore in the division.

Following Swindon’s recent defeat against MK Dons, Flynn expressed his confidence in retaining Kemp for the remainder of the campaign. Acknowledging the usual evaluation process that occurs when a new manager takes charge, Flynn understands that decisions about loan players ultimately rest with MK Dons. However, he emphasized his desire to keep Kemp not only for the season but also for the future.

Flynn stated, “It is always going to be the situation when a new manager comes in [they evaluate their loan players] and I think he has got to say that. Whatever happens in January is not going to be fully under my control, because I would love us to keep Dan Kemp, not just for the season but going forward.”

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Expressing hopefulness, Flynn mentioned Kemp’s enjoyment of his time at Swindon and the player’s preference to stay. However, he acknowledged the possibility of external factors, such as interest from a Championship club in the January transfer window, potentially influencing Kemp’s decision.

On the MK Dons side, manager Mike Williamson commented on his plans for players like Kemp who are currently out on loan. Williamson emphasized a fresh start for all players, including those on loan, expressing his intention to engage in discussions with Kemp after the upcoming game.

Flynn says that Dan Kemp is loving his time at the County Ground <i>(Image: Callum Knowles)</i>

Williamson said, “For me coming in, I am looking to speak to the guys who are here and the guys who are out on loan, it is a blank slate.” He highlighted Kemp’s positive impact in a previous loan spell at Hartlepool, where he played a crucial role in turning around a struggling team. Williamson expressed eagerness to connect with Kemp after the impending match and engage in a conversation about his future at the club.


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