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Liverpool's Conor Coady joins Sheffield United on loan
Updated 5:12pm Monday 22nd July 2013 in Sport
Liverpool's St Helens-born midfielder Conor Coady has joined League One side Sheffield United on a six-month loan deal.
The 20-year-old, from Haydock, joins the Blades, currently managed by former Everton defender David Weir, in time for the beginning of their 2013-14 campaign on Friday, August 2.
Coady, captain of the Reds' U21s team, made his senior Liverpool debut during 2012-13, starting the Europa League clash against Anzhi Makhachkala in November 2012.
He also made his Premier League bow as a late substitute at Fulham in May this year and skippered England at the U20 World Cup earlier this summer.
Weir said: "I've been aware of Conor's talents for a long-time, through his development with Liverpool and England and he is a great prospect.
"He will add competition for places in the midfield and will be an asset for us."