Yeovil Town are delighted to confirm the loan signing of Alex Bradley from Lincoln City until January 10th 2021.
The 21-year old arrives at Huish Park with National League promotion pedigree under his belt, having made 23 appearances for Harrogate Town last season as the Sulphurites won the delayed National League play-offs.
A graduate of the West Bromwich Albion academy, Bradley moved on from the Baggies in 2019 signing for the Imps in the summer transfer window, following loan spells at Havant & Waterlooville & Burton Albion.
Bradley, despite being born in Worcester has youth international experience with Finland, playing in the 2018 UEFA U19 Championships for his Mother’s birth nation.
Speaking on his latest addition, Darren Sarll said; "Firstly, Lincoln were great to deal with and we thank them for allowing us to have Alex for the foreseeable future. Terry and I watched Alex last year for Harrogate and were always impressed and that was backed by the number of our football confidents that recommended Alex to us.
"Alex has a power and energy that is vital to the way we play, he adds real depth to the right side of our defence and midfield and I have been really pleased with his character in the first few days. He’s another player that comes off of a winning experience last season and I am really looking forward to seeing him play for us."
Everyone at Yeovil Town wish a warm welcome to Alex and wish him all the best during his time in green and white.