Daniel Nardiello was signed to Bury on a loan deal but his string of performances has impressed the manager David Flitcroft who wants to sign him on a permanent basis during this January transfer window.
Nardiello scored 4 goals in 7 appearances during his 2nd loan deal at Bury as he arrived from Rotherham around 1 month ago. He rescued 1 point for Bury when they played against Scunthorpe United on Boxin Day, the 31 years old found the back of the net during the last few seconds of the match which turned the final scoreboard into a 2-2 draw.
“With so many loan signings at the club, we’d like to make the deal with Danny permanent to take the weight off the loan situation,”
“Daniel Nardiello is a David Flitcroft-type player and certainly the kind of player I am trying to bring to the club. If you can play through Daniel Nardiello and get him slid into the box with passes like that then there are a lot of goals in him’’.
“That’s the plan. I want to work with Danny, he knows that.” David Flitcroft stated after their match against Scunthorpe concluded.
Pablo Mills was released by Rotherham United and Bury managed to sign the centre-back on a free transfer. Mills is the 3rd defender that David Flitcroft has signed since the transfer window opened in January. The other defenders that joined Bury in these last few weeks were James Burke and Frederic Veseli.
The 19 years old James Burke was also released from his fellow club, the Championship side Huddesfield as he failed to make a single appearance for the squad but he was immediately signed by Bury on an 18 month long contract and now he wants to make his presence felt at his new club.
“It was a great step. I’m just glad to be playing, compared to being at Huddersfield and just playing in the Under-21 games. I was looking round for another club, the gaffer asked me to come down and I’ve taken a real liking to the place. Burke said.