Yeovil Town are delighted to announce the signing of Alex Bradley on a permanent deal.
Signing an 18-month contract, Bradley makes his stay in Somerset permanent after his loan spell from Lincoln City expired earlier this month.
The versatile full-back made his debut for Town in the dramatic FA Cup victory over Bromley in early November, but an injury issue meant he missed some minutes early on in his loan spell.
Bradley’s return to the side has coincided with Town’s up-turn in form, starring in victories over Torquay United and fierce rivals Weymouth.
Looking back on his career so far, Bradley is graduate of the West Bromwich Albion academy, but moved on from the Midlands club in 2019, signing for the Imps in the summer transfer window, following loan spells at Havant & Waterlooville & Burton Albion.
Despite being born in Worcester, our latest addition has youth international experience with Finland, playing in the 2018 UEFA U19 Championships for his Mother’s birth nation.
The right sided defender already has 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.
Speaking to ytfc.net after signing, our latest addition said; “It feels great to have signed here permanently and to finally be settled. It’s a great club with big history and has very good management, squad and fans. I am very pleased to be a Yeovil player.
"My ambitions for the rest of the season are to play as many games as I can to the best of my ability and to help the team achieve what we are all capable of.
"To reach the play off spots is doable and it’s up to us as a squad to make that happen. I hope we can have a very successful remainder of the campaign and get this club back to where it belongs."
Everybody at Yeovil Town is delighted to welcome Alex back to the club and wish him all the best during his time here.