Crawley Town have announced that Rotherham United midfielder Mitch Rose has joined the club on loan.
The midfielder who is the younger brother of Tottenham’s Danny Rose, has agreed a three-month loan deal with the Sussex club.
Rose has made five league appearances for Rotherham, all of which came during the club’s promotion winning season in League Two in 2012/13. Millers boss Steve Evans has sent the youngster to his former club in order to gain valuable first-team experience.
The 20 year-old is the third Rotherham United player to be loaned out today with Dan Rowe and Nicky Walker both joining Wycombe Wanderers this morning.
Speaking to the club’s official website, Crawley boss John Gregory said: “We felt we needed a bit more cover in midfield and Mitch is a player who has been on our radar for a while now. Steve [Evans] has agreed to let him come down to us and I think he can play a part for us in League One during the next three months.”