Reading Academy graduates Aaron Kuhl and Dejan Tetek have both sealed non-league moves, to Farnborough and Aldershot Town respectively.

Kuhl, son of former coach Martin Kuhl, made eight first-team appearances in 2014/15 after captaining the Under-21s to Premier League Cup glory in 2013/14.

Playing for England at Under-19 and Under-20 level, he has played in Scotland and Iceland, most recently at Dorking Wanderers.

Moving to Farnborough of the National League South on loan from Dorking, the 27-year-old will be under contract until January 2024.

Manager Spencer Day said: “Aaron comes on loan from Dorking Wanderers and is someone I’ve wanted in a Boro shirt for a long time. He lives in Farnborough and I know will become a fans favourite quickly."

Meanwhile, Tetek has moved to the National League on a permanent deal, having left Reading over the summer.

Becoming a regular under Veljko Paunovic, playing 21 times for the first-team, the Serbia Under-21 international struggled with injuries in his final season with the Royals.

Spending some time on trial with Wycombe Wanderers, the 21-year-old has moved to Aldershot until January 2024.

First-Team Manager Tommy Widdrington said: “Dejan is initially joining us on a short-term deal after a short period in which he has trained with the group.”

“In the time he’s been with us he’s shown why he has already amassed 17 Championship appearances and received international honours with three England u18 caps and five Serbia u21 caps!”

“Following a period out injured his career has “stuttered” somewhat but we hope he finds his a-game with us: which is as a combative but also a technically good central midfielder, and I’m sure all connected with The Shots will welcome him to The EBB Stadium.”