20 July 2024
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  • Southampton: 10 surprising stats from Saints' 2017/18 season
  • Southampton striker Ross Stewart’s return could help “transform” the St. Mary’s outfit’s attack this season.
  •  Russell Martin could hand the 27-year-old his debut in the coming weeks, on his return to fitness.
  •  Saints travel to Hull City in a Championship clash at the MKM Stadium on Saturday.
  • Southampton striker Ross Stewart could “transform” the St. Mary’s outfit’s attack when fit and available, as journalist Dean Jones name drops a Saints star who could benefit from the summer signing’s return to action in an interview with GIVEMESPORT.
  • Russell Martin has endured a mixed start to his tenure on the south coast and aims to fire the club back into the Premier League. The ex-Swansea City manager has come under scrutiny over the last month but hopes to witness his side turn the tide and press on to secure at least a place in the Championship play-offs come the end of the season.

    Stewart is yet to make an appearance for Southampton

    Southampton endured a whirlwind Deadline Day following both potential outgoings and incomings. The Saints looked set to lose striker Che Adams on a season-long loan to Wolverhampton Wanderers on the market’s final day. However, with seven hours of the window remaining, The Athletic revealed that Southampton had blocked Adams’ move to Molineux.

    The loan included an option and potential obligation of £15m for Wolves to sign the centre-forward permanently. But, the 27-year-old was deemed crucial to Southampton’s promotion prospects and remained at St. Mary’s.

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