The Club announces loans of Jaden Perez to Whitehawk, Adam Mekki to Bracknell Town and a switch of Adam Payce to Hartley Wintney.
Manager Spencer Day commented: “It’s important to get lads good game time and both Adam and Jaden now get regular games for a month at Step Three. They can then be in a better position to challenge to get back into the starting eleven.
“Adam Payce continues his development at Hartley Wintney and trains with us weekly.
“Sadly, I should add that Kanye Jobson did his ACL at Hartley Wintney and we wish him a positive recovery on the long road back.”
Incoming is 23-year-old frontman Hady Ghandour from Aldershot Town.
Hady was born in England, but is of Lebanese descent and a Lebanon International, having made his Senior debut in the 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifiers.
Ghandour came through the Youth system at Tooting & Mitcham, before he was snapped up by Championship Charlton Athletic in August 2020.
Loan spells with Maidstone United (twice) and Chelmsford City followed, before making a permanent move to the Kent outfit in June 2022.
The six-foot tall striker signed for Aldershot Town the following April, on a deal running until the end of the 2023/24 season.
Day said: “Hady will give us another option up front. A real pedigree who is recovery from a long term injury but who is now fully fit and raring to go.”
Hady has been allocated shirt number 32.
An agreement has been reached to extend Aaron Kuhl’s loan from Dorking Wanderers until the end of the season.
Popular midfielder Kuhl has made 12 starts for Boro since his loan switch commenced mid-October.
Aaron has found the net three times – two from the penalty spot – so far in yellow and blue and we look forward to keeping him at the heart of the team for the rest of the campaign.
Day added: “An agreement to extend Aaron’s loan until the end of the season is also excellent news for everyone.
“Thanks to Marc at Dorking Wanderers for his support with the extension.”
View the updated Squad list.