Sky Bet League One club Scunthorpe United have strengthened their squad with the signing of Huddersfield Town winger Joe Lolley, according to The Huddersfield Daily Examiner.
The ex-Kidderminster Harriers youngster joins Mark Robins’ men on a one-month loan and he signs for the manager who took him to the John Smiths Stadium.
The Terriers have been quick to stress that the move is purely for the player’s development needs and that no deal is in place for the move to made permanent, with boss Chris Powell seeing Lolley as a big part of Huddersfield’s plans moving forward.
The 23-year-old featured for his parent club as a substitute in Thursday night’s 1-1 draw with Nottingham Forest and the player could be set for more action tomorrow as the Iron take on Southend United.
Lolley is clearly a talented prospect but with Mustapha Carayol and Sean Scannell in good form, the Birmingham-born youngster’s playing time is bound to be restricted.
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