Shilow Tracey, a forward for Cambridge, has signed a two-year contract with the club.
On a free transfer, Cambridge has completed the permanent signing of attacker Shilow Tracey.
The 22-year-old spent the second half of last season on loan at the U’s, making 16 appearances before being returned to Tottenham, who released him this summer.
Tracey was instrumental in Cambridge’s promotion to Sky Bet League One, and she is the eighth member of Mark Bonner’s squad to pledge their future to the Abbey Stadium club.
“Speaking to the management about re-signing, I didn’t really think twice about it,” he stated after signing a two-year contract. Everything at the club just feels right to me — the players, the staff, and the way we play.”
“There is no doubt he has great potential,” Bonner continued, “and he is now at an age where demonstrating it is critical.”
I’ve challenged Shilow to get the most out of himself, just as we’re trying to get the best out of him, so he can show he can compete at League One level on a daily basis.”
Kyle Knoyle, on the other hand, will not be a part of Cambridge’s team next season after declining a new contract to join divisional rivals Doncaster.