Stoke City have officially announced their second January signing following the arrival of Rhys Norrington-Davies from Sheffield United.
And following his successful spell at Kenilworth Road, Norrington-Davies was recalled by parent club Sheffield United on Tuesday morning, before the Potters confirmed that the left-back would be making the switch to the Bet365 Stadium on loan for the remainder of the campaign.
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Norrington-Davies joins international colleague Rabbi Matondo in moving to Stoke, becoming the seventh Wales players in the Potters first-team squad.
The 21-year-old will be expected to provide stiff competition for the likes of Morgan Fox and Josh Tymon in what is becoming a impressive full-back department at the club.
Here’s how Stoke fans reacted on Twitter to the news of the Blades defender’s arrival:
WE HAVE A LEFT BACK AND NATHAN JONES IS IN THE MUD
— george (@TyreseSZN26) January 12, 2021
Going to cost an arm and a leg to have his name on the back of your shirt. However, LEFT BACK!
— James Naylor (@Sporting_Jim) January 12, 2021
Good signing stoke. We need a striker to score us some goals…
— Tim (@Tim99826814) January 12, 2021
— Josh🏴 (@SCFCJosh_) January 12, 2021
What a signing and another piece of really intelligent business from MON and Alex Aldridge this window – our recruitment has improved hugely recently https://t.co/4AdjhFj65P
— Dom (@SCFC_dom) January 12, 2021
A good left back and annoying Luton fans? More decent business from stoke 😂 https://t.co/U1U3futUru
— Stevie (@StevieSCFC) January 12, 2021
WE’VE SIGNED A LEFT BACK EVERYBODY STAY CALM https://t.co/WBXwkdQ4ox
— Stoke City Français (@StokeFrancais) January 12, 2021
Get in there🤩 https://t.co/BwGNWBVm8b
— Steffan Gittins (@SteffanGittins) January 12, 2021
Announce Promotion https://t.co/jHisxEBQm5
— SpenceWright2406 (@Spence_Wright24) January 12, 2021