West Ham United attacking midfielder Marcus Browne spent this season on loan at Oxford United.
Oxford United fans have responded to Marcus Browne’s post on Twitter and have urged the West Ham United attacking midfielder to return to their club.
Browne spent the 2017-18 campaign on loan at Oxford in League One from Premier League outfit West Ham.
According to WhoScored, the attacking midfielder made 25 starts and nine substitute appearances in League One for the The U’s this season, scoring six goals in the process.
The 21-year-old has returned to West Ham and has already started training with the first team.
The youngster has sent a message on Twitter regarding his season, and Oxford fans have responded to it and have urged him to return to Grenoble Road.
Season done. Very enjoyable one for me . Time to rest up , recover and prepare for another big one pic.twitter.com/PnCz3K5YeR— Marcus Browne (@MarcusBrowne14) May 12, 2019
Been class this season, Best of luck in the future Marcus #OUFC— #OUFC (@OUFC_) May 12, 2019
Back at #OUFC please!— Mark Lambourne (@mlambourne) May 12, 2019
Great to hear that you enjoyed it too. Thanks for your efforts. You did us proud— Joel Voysey (@joelvoysey) May 12, 2019
good luck for the future Marcus, always welcome back at Oxford— lUcY (@LucyOUFC) May 12, 2019
need you back with the u’s next season!— Jason Lee (@ForeverAYellow) May 13, 2019
West ham produce some proper little diamonds dont they.— Frenchy (@Frenchy6819) May 12, 2019
Brilliant stuff, will miss you, but all the best.
come back— Stuart Shaw (@bigstushaw) May 12, 2019
Spot on player at OUFC this season pleasure to see you play hopefully you’ll be back with us next season— James Treleaven (@James_Treleaven) May 12, 2019
Please don’t go, you need to re-sign for @OUFCOfficial for another season. I can see a very bright future!!!! COYY!!!!— Michael downer (@michaeldowner30) May 12, 2019
Really enjoyed the football you played this season, too much for most defences! Sign on again for next season…— OJ (@OllieReesJames) May 12, 2019
Future at West Ham United?
Browne is a very talented and promising young player who did well during his time at Oxford.
It is a huge step-up from League One to the Premier League, and the 21-year-old has to work very hard in pre-season in order to impress manager Manuel Pellegrini and earn a place for himself in the squad for the 2019-20 campaign.