Jordan Cook has faded from view at Charlton and he has now joined Yeovil Town on loan until April 17th. This may turn into a longer-term deal as promotion-chasing Glovers manager Gary Johnson has been interested in him since he was at Sunderland.
Johnson told This is Somerset: 'Our scouting system identified him as a player. We were going to take him on loan with a view (to sign permanently) but obviously Charlton took him. You’re obviously going to go to the Championship with the salaries that they are offering which are going to be higher than anywhere near what we could offer. It’s nice for us to have him now, it’s certainly cheaper, it’s doing the lad a favour, Charlton a favour and hopefully us a favour.'