Bees extend Rhodes loan

League Two leaders extend striker's stay with the club

Rhodes: Staying with Brentford

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Brentford manager Andy Scott has agreed terms with Ipswich over extending striker Jordan Rhodes' loan stay at Griffin Park.

The 19-year-old has been in fine form since joining the Bees in late January, scoring five goals in seven appearances.

The youngster even managed to notch a hat-trick in only his third game for the League Two leaders away at Shrewsbury.

The new loan deal will see the Ipswich ace stay with the Bees until after their penultimate game of the season at Darlington on 25th April.

Inserted into the terms of the loan is a 24-hour recall option in case parent club Ipswich suffer an injury crisis in the striking department.

Brentford also confirmed that 19-year-old striker Moses Ademola has joined Blue Square Conference South side Welling United on loan until 18th April.

Also inserted into the deal is a 24-hour recall clause which is activated after 28 days.