Cheltenham Town sign Kalvin Lumbombo Kalala and Bristol City's Aden Baldwin

Aden Baldwin (left) in action for Bristol City Under-23s
Aden Baldwin (left) is Cheltenham's 14th summer signing

Cheltenham have signed Bristol City defender Aden Baldwin on loan, while striker Kalvin Lumbombo Kalala has joined on a short-term deal.

Baldwin, 21, can play at right or centre-back and will stay with the League Two side until January.

Cheltenham boss Gary Johnson is Bristol City manager Lee Johnson's father.

Frenchman Kalala, 20, was a free agent. He played for fourth-tier Italian side Savona last season and was spotted at a trial in London in May.

"Kalvin is only young, has great ability, he's getting fitter and he's a determined man eager to make his way in the game," said Gary Johnson.

Baldwin said: "A number of Bristol City players have come here on loan and benefitted from it, the likes of Taylor Moore and Joe Morrell last season, and I am hoping to follow that path and make this a successful spell."

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