Striker joins second club in four months after Bristol City transfer exit

Caleb Chukwuemeka featured for Bristol City in midweek. (Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)
Caleb Chukwuemeka featured for Bristol City in midweek. (Photo by Nathan Stirk/Getty Images)

Former Bristol City forward Prince Henry is on the move again after his summer exit from Ashton Gate.

He joined Bromsgrove Sporting on a free transfer in July after joining them on loan whilst contracted to the Robins last season. The forward got seven goals in nine games, and that caught the attention of others.

The 20-year-old has already moved to a different club just 55-days since his move to Bromsgrove was confirmed, and four months since his departure from the West Country was confirmed.

His new club is now Redditch United, and he joined them on September 21. Redditch play in the Southern League Premier Division Central which is the seventh tier of English football. Henry made his debut against St ives Town, but did not find the target, and had the same outcome in their 2-0 win over Long Eaton United on Monday night.

During his time as a player at Bristol City, he had loan spells at Hungerford, Yate Town and Tiverton. He is also the cousin of former Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City striker Daniel Sturridge.

In other news, the identity of the trialist that played for Bristol City's under-21's in midweek has been revealed. Former Aston Villa forward Caleb Chukwuemeka featured for the Young Robins in their win over Ipswich Town.

The 21-year-old is a free agent after his contract at Villa Park expired, and now he is looking for his next club. He had loan spells at Livingston and Crawley Town last year but failed to find the back of the net.

The Bristol Post report that City are 'unlikely' to offer him a contract, and so he wouldn't be considered for the first-team. Harry Leeson and Sam Pearson both got on their score sheet in the win against the Tractor Boys, with the latter remaining at the High Performance Centre despite reported interest from Notts County this summer.

Several first-teamers featured including Anis Mehmeti, Ephraim Yeboah, Haydon Roberts and Taylor Gardner-Hickman.