Sheffield United defender Miguel Freckleton has arrived at Yeovil Town on loan until the end of the season.

The Bristol-born player, who signed for the Blades from Mangotsfield United at the end of 2021, had a three-month loan in the National League with Wealdstone which ended at the end of February.

He impressed during his time with the Stones helping them to a clean sheet against free-scoring Wrexham on his debut, scoring his first professional goal in a 2-1 win over York City and playing in the goalless draw at Huish Park at the end of January.

Speaking the, the 20-year-old said: “It feels good, I’m glad to get it done and I’m ready to get going.

“Having played against Yeovil when I was younger and being from not too far down the road, it’s nice to be around a familiar area.”

Freckleton follows winger Callum Harriott and Ipswich Town youngster Zanda Siziba who both arrived at Huish Park earlier in the week ahead of today’s 5pm deadline for registering players for the rest of the National League season.

Speaking earlier today, Yeovil Town owner-in-waiting Matt Uggla said he was hoping to get two more faces in, saying: “Certainly there is one more coming in and hopefully there will be another, but we will have to wait and see how that plays out.

One assumes Freckleton was the more definite one, but the wait for an out-and-out striker goes on……


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