Date: 25th January 2017 at 2:28pm
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Michael Cain arrived at Blackpool last summer on a season-long loan from Leicester but an agreement has been reached with his parent club for his return to the Premier League club.

During his time with Blackpool the midfielder had managed 14 appearances and scored the one goal – against Accrington back in October – but had made only two starts for Pools in League 2.

Confirming his exit this statement was released on the Official Website.

‘Michael Cain has returned to his parent club, Leicester City, after an agreement was reached to terminate his loan. The midfielder, who initially moved to Blackpool on a season-long arrangement, departs having made 14 appearances for the club. Blackpool Football Club thanks Michael for his contribution this season and wishes him all the very best for the future.’

Gary Bowyer could now look to fill this vacancy in the squad with the arrival of a new signing before the end of the month, which would probably be a loan signing or free transfer arrival.

If Raul Correia would fit such a category remains to be seen but the Blackpool Gazette is reporting he came to Blackpool on a week long trail basis from Monday.

Radcliffe Borough striker Correia’s Evo-Stik North Premier League club were quoted by a spokesman – in this Gazette report – as saying.

‘The boss said he was delighted with striker Raul Correia as he has begun a week long trial at Blackpool FC this week and wishes him all the very best with the opportunity.’

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