Arismendi in Huddersfield loan move
Uruguayan Diego Arismendi has joined Huddersfield on loan until the end of the season.
The central midfielder moves to Galpharm Stadium in an attempt to achieve valuable first team action and also help the Terriers gain promotion from Npower League One.
With this in mind, Stoke have allowed Arismendi to stay on in Yorkshire until the end of May in case Huddersfield are once again involved in the play-offs.
Arismendi has only had a handful of appearances for the Potters this campaign, being restricted to three Europa League games, the most recent being an impressive display in the Mestalla against Valencia.
Pulis has been searching for a club for Arismendi to develop. He told Stokecityfc.com: "'It's important now that Diego gets the chance to play games and we have been looking for an opportunity like this for him to show how far he has progressed.'
Arismendi could feature for Huddersfield, who are fourth in League One, five points away from the automatic promotion slots, against Colchester United on the 17th March at the Weston Homes Community Stadium.
Huddersfield manager Simon Grayson told BBC sport: 'Diego is a very good addition to the squad and will add to the quality we already have here.'
The 24-year-old, who was purchased for £2.5 million from Nacional in 2009, has had two previous loan spells with Brighton and Barnsley.
Young on-loan striker Ryan Brunt has extended his loan at Wirral outfit Tranmere Rovers until the end of the season.
Brunt has made nine appearances, scoring his first and only senior goal for the Prenton Park club.
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