WINGER Fedel Ross-Lang has land­ed a club in Lithua­nia fol­low­ing his depar­ture from Saints acad­e­my last sum­mer. 

The 20 year old has been a free agent since July when his deal at St Mary’s expired, three years after join­ing from Man City. 

Ross-Lang was an impor­tant part of Southamp­ton’s Under-18 Pre­mier League South win­ning group dur­ing the 2021–22 cam­paign. 

How­ev­er, he only made a hand­ful of sub­sti­tute appear­ances for the under-21s side in Pre­mier league 2 last sea­son.

Ross-Lang will now link up with Lithuan­ian sec­ond-divi­sion side FK Tauras, based in Taurage. 

Tauras com­pet­ed in Europa League qual­i­fiers in 2010 and 2011 but were knocked out by APOEL and ADO Den Haag.

It was report­ed that Ross-Lang tri­alled with League One out­fit Bris­tol Rovers ear­li­er this sea­son in search of a new club. 

Speak­ing ahead of the Under-18 Pre­mier League final against Man City in 2022, for­mer head coach Mikey Har­ris hailed Ross-Lang’s impact.

He told the Dai­ly Echo: “He’s been a huge part of our suc­cess this sea­son, scor­ing and assist­ing some real­ly impor­tant goals at some impor­tant times.

“He’ll be sore­ly missed through injury and par­tic­u­lar­ly as we signed Fedel from Man City, so it’s a real shame he won’t be involved.”