White makes Blades move

Sheffield United have completed the signing of defender Aidy White on loan from Leeds.

Last Updated: 29/10/13 at 14:43

Aidy White: Short stint at Bramall Lane

Aidy White: Short stint at Bramall Lane

Nigel Clough's first signing as Blades boss sees the 22-year-old head to Bramall Lane until January 1 and he is contention to make his bow against Shrewsbury on Saturday.

Yorkshire-born White, equally comfortable in midfield as he is at left-back, came through the youth system at Elland Road and since making his debut aged 16 has gone on to make over 100 senior appearances.

"We have a heavy programme ahead, especially with the FA Cup, and someone like Aidy will give us another option and that bit of extra quality," Clough told the club's official website.

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