David Ball signs for Rotherham United...
Rotherham United have completed the signing of striker David Ball on the two-year deal.
The Millers now have four close season signings through the door, after the former Manchester City front-man successfully agreed terms and completed a medical.
Ball joins former Tranmere defender Michael Ihiekwe, experienced midfielder Darren Potter and Australian winger Ryan Williams in committing himself to Paul Warne’s Millers, with more new arrivals expected as the Millers boss continues to mould a squad ready for their assault on League One next season.
The 27-year-old has enjoyed a five-year spell with the Cod Army, which included a starring role in their promotion to League One in 2014 via the play-offs.
Last season he helped Uwe Rosler’s side to a fourth placed finish before a play-off semi-final defeat to Bradford City.
Ball played a significant role, netting 14 goals in 55 appearances.
After coming through the ranks at Manchester City, he helped them to FA Youth Cup success in 2008.
Whilst at City he enjoyed a loan spell at Swindon Town in 2010, before signing for Peterborough United on a permanent basis in 2011.
After two loan spells at Rochdale, he made the move to Fleetwood in 2012, where he has made over 200 appearances in all competitions.
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