Lloyd, 28, joins to add fresh competition for places at the League Two side.
Tranmere Rovers Add Danny Lloyd to Ranks
📝 #TRFC are pleased to announce the signing of Danny Lloyd on a short term contract!
— Tranmere Rovers FC (@TranmereRovers) November 10, 2020
Career So Far
Lloyd, who is from Liverpool, and started out at Southport has had his fair share of clubs. He has been without one since the summer when his contract at Salford City was ended by mutual consent. Before that, he had been on loan at Stockport County.
The midfielder has amassed a wealth of experience across the football league and below. His most successful spell in the football league came with Peterborough United in 2017/18. As part of The Posh, Lloyd delivered an impressive 13 goals and seven assists in his 41 appearances for the club, including an FA Cup hat-trick against none other than Tranmere Rovers.
Lloyd is as versatile as they come having featured across the front line that season.
Recently he has featured most out wide for Salford City and Stockport County. He played a small part for Salford in the opening half of last season, before his move to Stockport on loan in January, where he finished the season before it was ended by the coronavirus pandemic.
Really pleased to get this done, can’t wait to get going and play some football for a top club 😎 🤍 https://t.co/123ORsXrAw
— Danny Lloyd (@dannylloyd1) November 10, 2020
Tranmere’s Current Situation
Tranmere Rovers find themselves in 17th place in the League Two table, having been relegated from League One last season. They’ve only managed to produce seven goals, which only three teams in the league have come up with fewer – all of which sit in the bottom four. The Merseyside based club will hope the 28-year-old can help contribute to a greater output and see them rise up the table.
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