Western United has boosted its attacking stocks with the signing of experienced midfielder Bradden Inman.
The 29-year-old joins from Indian Super League club Odisha FC, where he is on loan from ATK Mohun Bagan.
“I am delighted to have been given the opportunity to come out on loan to Western United FC,” Inman said.
“I look forward to linking up with my new teammates and a talented squad at the conclusion of my mandatory quarantine period.”
Western United General Manager Football, Ante Kovacevic said the club is looking forward to Inman joining the team later this month.
“We are excited to add Bradden to the squad and strengthen our attacking options for the remainder of the season.
“With his lengthy overseas experience, we expect him to bring the cutthroat intensity into the team and see his quality on the field while driving improvements in the team.
“We look forward to Bradden joining the squad.”
Inman joined English Premier League outfit Newcastle United when he was 14 years old, signing for their Academy. He spent five years at the club before moving to League One.
The Adelaide-born player enjoyed stints at Crewe Alexandra, Peterborough United, and Rochdale making a total of 183 appearances in England’s third tier.
After 12 years in England, Inman returned to his country of birth to sign with Brisbane Roar. The midfielder scored four goals in 25 appearances for the Roar in the 2019/20 A-League season.
Inman has represented Scotland at youth level nine times and has also been called up for the Socceroos.
Inman will complete two weeks of hotel quarantine before joining the Western United squad for training.