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Chesterfield have completed the loan signing of Jordan Hallam from Sheffield United on a one-month deal.


Blades boss Chris Wilder was at the Proact Stadium last weekend to talk about the deal with Martin Allen ahead of the busy festive period.


Hallam made his senior debut in 2016 for Sheffield United but hasn't represented their first team since.


Having only made 16 professional appearances, more recently Hallam had a stint with Viking FK in the Norwegian second division, but the 20-year-old failed to make any real impact with just five appearances for the Dark Blues.


Encouraging for supporters, Spireites assistant manager Adrian Whitbread was very impressed with Hallam's goal-scoring attributes at U23 level.


Chesterfield fans will hope that Hallam can add goals to the now seven-striker squad as he goes straight into the team travelling to Eastleigh.

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