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Transfer Deadline Day: Ins and Outs across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

It's been a busy day for our clubs on transfer deadline day.

Among the busiest was Sheffield Wednesday who unveiled three signings from the Premier League - as well as a new manager!

New boss Steve Bruce and new winger Rolando Aarons Credit: Sheffield Wednesday FC

After Steve Bruce's press conference, the club spent the evening tying up deals for three players.

Winger Rolando Aarons, 23, and Moroccan left back Achraf Lazaar, 27, signed on loan from Newcastle until the end of the season.

They were joined by Wolves defender Dominic Iorfa, 23, who completed a permanent transfer for a fee believed to be around £500,000.

New signings: Dominic Iorfa and Achraf Lazaar Credit: Sheffield Wednesday FC

Sheffield United signed striker Scott Hogan, 26, who has been kicking his heels in Aston Villa's reserves.

The Blades' boss Chris Wilder was said to be interested in the former Brentford man during the summer.

Hogan joins on loan until the end of the season.

Meanwhile Ricky Holmes has left the Blades in a loan deal with Gillingham.

Scott Hogan - Done deal Credit: Sheffield United

Hull City have signed Liam Ridgewell. The former Aston Villa, West Brom and Birmingham defender spent four years playing in America.

The 34-year-old sealed the move after training all week with the Tigers.

Liam Ridgewell - Back from the States Credit: Hull City AFC

But Leeds United failed to complete the big money signing of 21 year old Daniel James.

Swansea were reportedly wanting £10 million pounds for the Welsh international, who was actually born in Beverley, East Yorkshire.

He had a medical but the clubs failed to reach an agreement before the transfer window shut.

Daniel James - Deal undone Credit: Swansea City FC

The Leeds boss Marcelo Bielsa had been tracking Daniel James for some weeks.

In League One, Barnsley and Bradford City have both signed the same player!

Barnsley agreed a fee for the Middlesbrough forward George Miller, 21.

He had been on loan at Bradford City, and Barnsley have agreed to loan him back to the Bantams until the end of the season.

The former Bury forward joined Bradford in July and scored six goals in 34 appearances.

Ins and outs - Departing Chief Executive Gauthier Ganaye with new signing George Miller Credit: Barnsley FC

New arrival at Bradford City is old favourite Billy Clarke.

The 31-year-old striker scored 24 goals in 98 games for the Bantams before leaving for Charlton.

He was hampered with injuries and the London club agreed to cancel his contract so he could return to West Yorkshire.

Billy Clarke - Back at the Bantams Credit: Bradford City AFC

Bradford have also added midfielder Jacob Butterfield.

The former Barnsley, Huddersfield and Sheffield Wednesday player is on loan from Derby County until the end of the season.

Meanwhile leaving Valley Parade are Jordan Gibson (to Stevenage on loan) and Ryan McGowan (to Dundee on loan)

Tom Pearce - Switch from Leeds to Scunthorpe Credit: Scunthorpe United

Scunthorpe have signed Jacob Beadeau from Aston Villa on a free transfer and Leeds left-back Tom Pearce on loan until the end of the season.

Pearce, 20, has played 10 times for Leeds and has featured for England U20s and U21s. He becomes the Iron's EIGTH signing in January.

In the other direction - goalkeeper Matt Gilks has completed a free transfer to Lincoln City, while Charlie Goode has gone on loan to Northampton Town.

Charlie Goode - left Scunthorpe for Northampton Credit: Northampton Town
Matt Gilks - Down the A15 to Lincoln Credit: Scunthorpe United

Lincoln City have re-signed striker Lee Angol who scored five goals in 11 appearances in an earlier loan spell.

He arrives from Shrewsbury until the end of the season.

Lee Angol - Back at the 'Bank Credit: Lincoln City

Grimsby Town have signed striker Kristian Dennis on loan from Notts County.

Meanwhile Mansfield Town's Calum Butcher has joined Dundee United for an undisclosed fee and Paul Anderson has had his contract terminated by mutual consent.