Scunthorpe loan Addison

Scunthorpe have signed defender Miles Addison on a short-term loan from Bournemouth.

Last Updated: 29/07/14 at 11:27

Miles Addison: Short-term loan at Scunthorpe

Miles Addison: Short-term loan at Scunthorpe

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The deal will see Addison spend an initial month at Glanford Park, providing cover for the injured David Mirfin.

The 25-year-old has 132 professional appearances to his name having previously played for Rotherham, Barnsley and Derby, where he came through the academy. Last season he made six appearances in a three-and-a-half month loan spell at Rotherham.

Former Sheffield Wednesday defender Miguel Llera was a trialist in the Iron's 1-0 win over Huddersfield and it is unclear whether the signing of Addison will end Llera's chances of a contract with the Sky Bet League One newcomers.

Addison's loan deal will begin on Friday August 8, the day before Scunthorpe kick-off their campaign at Swindon.

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