Adlene Guedioura Joins Sheffield United on One-Year Deal

Guedioura Joins Sheffield United

Adlene Guedioura joins Sheffield United on a one-year deal, the South Yorkshire side have confirmed.

Veteran Midfielder Adlene Guedioura Joins Sheffield United

One-Year Deal

Guedioura is a veteran midfielder at 35 years of age and has joined the Championship club on a one-year deal. He has been training with the Blades for three weeks and his previous clubs include Nottingham Forest, Watford, Crystal Palace and Middlesbrough as well as Qatari side Al-Gharafa.

Guedioura is well known to boss Slavisa Jokanovic who was his manager at Watford.

Adlene Guedioura Joins Sheffield United, Bringing Valuable Experience

The Algerian is fairly described by the club’s website as being; β€œA powerful, experienced and international midfielder.”

His medical has already been completed and he could go straight into the squad as Sheffield United host Preston North End at Bramall Lane on Tuesday, September 14.

He has played club football in four different countries, picking up 62 caps for the Algerian national team and was first brought to English football by Mick McCarthy when he was manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers in January 2010.

He has made 218 appearances in English football and is looking forward to his latest stint, telling sufc.co.uk: β€œI’m very pleased to have signed and I can’t wait to play for the team. It’s something special for me to come back to the UK, so I am really happy. I’d like to thank the manager and the club for allowing me to come to train and have the opportunity to show what I can do. I am really happy to end up with a contract now until the end of the season, so I am up for the challenge and ready to start.”

Guedioura becomes the Blades’ fifth arrival of the summer, joining Robin Olsen, Morgan Gibbs-White, Conor Hourihane and Ben Davies.

 

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