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Former West Ham defender training with Rotherham United

Jordan Spence has started training with Rotherham United over a potential move according to a report from HITC Sport.

The 26-year-old defender, who can play right back and centre back, is currently a free agent after he was released by MK Dons following their relegation from the Sky Bet Championship last season. He has been looking around for a new club ever since and he may have finally found a new home after he begun training with Rotherham.

New Millers manager Kenny Jackett is looking to improve his defensive options and with Spence having plenty of experience at this level having played for the aforementioned Dons and having a loan spell with Sheffield Wednesday previously, he could end up being the perfect addition to the squad.

However if Spence wants to get a deal with Rotherham, much like Peter Odemwingie has got after he signed a short-term deal last week, he will have to impress during his trial. Not only that, he will be able to use this time with a club to get back to full match fitness so if he fails to get a contract with Rotherham, he will be in a better place to get a deal with another club.

Rotherham are currently struggling in the Championship and have already sacked on manager, Alan Stubbs, after they were left at the bottom of the league. Now with Jackett in charge of the club, they will hope to move up the table and avoid being relegated to Sky Bet League One.

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