Former Queens Park Rangers defender Jamie Sendles-White is currently on trial with Swindon Town after being released by the Championship outfit, FLIC SPORT understands.
The 21-year-old is already known to The Robins having taken part in a development game against Oxford last season, following a short period spent training at SN1.
Sendles-White – who joined QPR at the age of 15 – is currently a free agent having been released by The R’s earlier this summer, whilst the youngster spent a short spell out on loan at League Two side Mansfield Town during 2014/15.
The centre-back is currently training with Swindon as he bids to win a permanent contract at The County Ground for the 2015/16 campaign, and he may feature in Town’s pre-season opener against Swindon Supermarine on Tuesday (7.30pm kick-off).
Robins’ Boss Mark Cooper had this to say on Sendles-White last season:
“We look for good young players that can come into our squad and improve us, or be ones that we can work with,” Cooper said.
“We’ve done it over the last 18 months so we are constantly looking for players that we think can be rough diamonds.
“They may not be ready to play in the Championship but they come to us, we give them that little bit of experience and try to polish them up.”