Rotherham United: Five tie up deals away from New York

Pablo Mills has joined Bury on a permanant contract
Pablo Mills has joined Bury on a permanant contract
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Rotherham United are making use of their free weekend by tying up several loose ends in their squad.

The Millers have no League One fixture and were knocked out of the FA Cup in the second round 2-1 by Rochdale at the New York Stadium last month.

However, management have been busy making arrangements for several players to leave the club on loan or permanent deals.

Winger David Worrall has joined fellow Miller Daniel Nardiello at League Two Bury, who are managed by former Barnsley boss David Flitcroft until the end of the season.

Pablo Mills will be another familiar face at Gigg Lane as he joins the Shakers on a permanent contract.

Midfielder Michael Tidser, who moved to Millers from Greenock Morton in the summer, will play the remainder of the season at Scottish Premier League Club Ross County subject to international clearance. Lionel Ainsworth is also due to remain north of the border as his loan at Motherwell will be extended for the rest of the campaign subject to international clearance.

And midfielder David Noble has extended his loan deal at Cheltenham Town until the end of the campaign.

Millers boss Steve Evans, however, said he’s also trying to bring players into the club: “The window is open and we are close with one or two deals. It promises to be a busy couple of days.”