Blades Bring Back Kyle to 'Bart of Defence
Sheffield United have re-signed Kyle Bartley on a loan deal until the end of the season.
Bartley spent a short time on loan in 2010, and impressed enough in his fourteen appearances for manager Kevin Blackwell to go back in for the youngster.
He will link up with Stephen Jordan, who joined the Blades yesterday, to give United some much needed cover at the back.
Blackwell said of the move: 'I think this is a great move for both Kyle and the Sheffield United and I am delighted to bring in effectively a new player but one who knows how we operate and is comfortable at the club.
'We saw last season that Kyle is a young player with great potential and the association was of great benefit to both of us, it is very gratifying that he has made public how much he enjoys being with the Blades and that Arsenal trust us to look after him while he is with us.
'Getting him for a year means he can really concentrate on what we want from him and along with the signings of Jordan and Nosworthy it gives us real stability at the back.'
United's necessary Summer recruitment appears to be all but over now, with the addition of Jordan and Bartley, so it's thought any possible moves made in the market will be bonuses, although Blackwell has mentioned the possible recruitment of another winger before August is out.
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