Reading youngster Kelvin Ehibhatiomhan has signed a new two-year professional deal with the club ahead of the new season.

19-year-old Ehibhatiomhan signed his first pro terms last summer and made the first team bench 19 times and made his debut in the Carabao Cup, as well as hitting almost 20 goals for the Under-18s and Under-23s teams.

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Older brother of fellow Academy star Princewell Ehibhatiomhan, the 6ft 2in centre-forward will be hoping to make an impact in the first team with just Lucas Joao and George Puscas under contract in the striking department.

He has already appeared for pre-season, in the 2-0 win over Colchester United, and will hope to progress to make his Championship debut next campaign.

Alongside Ehibhatiomhan, teenagers such as Rashawn Scott, Nelson Abbey, Louie Holzman and Kian Leavy have all signed new deals ahead of the beginning of competitive prodceedings at the end of the month.