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Andre Wisdom joins Derby on loan

Liverpool defender Andre Wisdom has joined Championship side Derby County on loan for the rest of the season.

Andre Wisdom has had limited first-team opportunities at Liverpool in recent months.
Andre Wisdom has had limited first-team opportunities at Liverpool in recent months.

The England Under-21 international, who can play at right-back or centre-half, has moved to Pride Park on a youth loan.

Football League clubs can sign players on an emergency or youth loan outside the transfer window -- which closed on Sept. 2 and will not open again until January.

Derby manager Steve McClaren has signed Wisdom after losing central defender Zak Whitbread for the next fortnight with a calf strain.

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McClaren told the Rams’ official website: “Andre is a very good and a promising player who we’re delighted to welcome to Derby County.

“Liverpool obviously think a lot of him but he’s at the stage of his development where he needs to play some first-team games, and we’re delighted they see Derby as the place to do that.

“We’ve had a few injuries in defence of late and Andre will bring extra qualities as well as more competition for places, which is always welcome.”

Wisdom enjoyed a run of games at right-back last autumn after breaking into Liverpool’s first team, but has made only two league starts for the club since the end of January.

The 20-year-old is in line to make his debut for the club at home to Birmingham in the Championship on Saturday and spoke of his excitement on his official Twitter account.

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