Doyle joined the 2.Bundesliga side on a season-long loan in August but spent his first three matches as an unused substitute. So far, be has made five appearances in Bundesliga II, all of which have come from the bench.
However, the Manchester City loanee has still been directly involved in two goals in his limited time on the pitch, with one goal and one assist.
According to Hamburg-based outlet Abendblatt as relayed by Fussball Transfers, Hamburger SV are contemplating the prospect of re-signing Tommy Doyle on loan for the 2022/23 season.
The report says that the future of Doyle will much depend on whether he will feature in Pep Guardiola’s plans for Manchester City’s first-team next summer.
In the City Football Group era, loan moves have tended to mark the end of the line for players insofar as their first-team prospects in Manchester are concerned.
But hopes remain high for Doyle, who has City very much in his blood as the grandson of club greats Mike Doyle and Glyn Pardoe.
In reaction to the report shared on Twitter by City Xtra, many Man City fans have expressed their thoughts and opinions.
— Moses Onduso (@MosesOnduso5) November 9, 2021
Isn’t good enough to be starting for us probably never will be.
— Jack Grealish JR (@superJackJR) November 9, 2021
Needs to be in hamburgs first team plans for starters
— GLENN (@gbmcfc) November 9, 2021
If we’re honest he has the talent to replace gundo but all that matters is how quick he grows
— × (@Irfxnta) November 9, 2021
Fair play, made that impression quick. Good Luck lad.
— Gaz Brady (@FMwkdsoul) November 9, 2021
The burgers can’t even guarantee they get back in the Bundesliga he needs a better move already https://t.co/iqgWFhqxlE
— Les Owens (@GoodKidManCity) November 9, 2021