Bury sign Brighton's Rohan Ince and Jordan Williams from Huddersfield on loan
By Dev Trehan
Last Updated: 25/08/17 6:33pm
Bury have completed the loan signings of Rohan Ince from Brighton and Jordan Williams from Huddersfield.
A product of Chelsea's academy, Ince joined Brighton during the 2012/13 season after impressing on trial with Seagulls.
He has made 91 appearances in his Brighton career to date and will wear the No 30 shirt for Bury.
Bury manager, Lee Clark, said: "Rohan is a player that has been on the radar for a while. The chairman, Alan Thompson and I went down to Brighton on Tuesday to watch him play for Brighton and he was very impressive for them.
"He will bring a presence to the team and is a very good footballer. He plays it simple and plays it effectively and I believe he will be a big player for us in every sense of the word, both in his physicality and in his play.
"He is an established Championship player and unfortunately for him, Brighton have gone to the next level. Once we found out he was available, we went for him. I am more than delighted to get him in."
Huddersfield teenager Williams has also joined Bury on loan, and boss Clark revealed the highly-rated England U18 defender caught in his eye in pre-season.
Clark added: "Jordan is a player that we have watched a few times, we knew about him before the season started, and made contact with Huddersfield after he impressed me in the pre-season game.
"They had Tommy Smith injured at the time and didn't really want to let him out. David Wagner and his staff think very highly of Jordan, so we have kept asking and kept in touch with Huddersfield.
"I went to watch him make his debut in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday and he was outstanding. Huddersfield have high hopes for him and they have turned down substantial offers for him from Premier League clubs.
"We are delighted to have him here, he is a young boy with a terrific future, and thankfully Huddersfield has seen that we can help him with his development."
Williams will take squad No 12 during his season with the Shakers.