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Robins secure Jordan deal

Bristol City have signed Guernsey FC midfielder Rhys Jordan with a view to playing the teenager in their development squad.

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Derek McInnes: Snapped up Rhys Jordan until the summer

Derek McInnes: Snapped up Rhys Jordan until the summer

The 18-year-old makes the move across the English Channel having been scouted in the Combined Counties League, where he played seven games for Guernsey.

He said: "It's a dream come true. I've worked really hard to get my chance and I'm delighted to have been given this opportunity to play football at such a high level.

"I want to do all I can to grow as a player and hopefully I'll be pushing to be involved with the first team in the future."

A former New Zealand Under-17 international, Jordan has signed a deal keeping him at Ashton Gate until the summer.

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