Fulham full the signing of Shane Duffy on a season-long mortgage from Brighton because the Republic of Ireland defender turns into Marco Silva’s SIXTH summer season acquisition
- Fulham have introduced the mortgage signing of Shane Duffy from Brighton
- The 30-year-old made 20 appearances for the Seagulls final season
- Graham Potter is assured Duffy will profit from common recreation time
Republic of Ireland defender Shane Duffy has joined Fulham on a season-long mortgage from Brighton.
Duffy, 30, had beforehand spent the 2020-21 marketing campaign on mortgage in Scotland with Celtic, making 27 appearances earlier than returning to the Amex Stadium final time period and working out for the Seagulls 20 occasions.
‘I’m delighted that’s it’s completed, it’s a actually thrilling problem for me and the membership,’ Duffy mentioned on the Fulham web site.
Republic of Ireland defender Shane Duffy has joined Fulham on a season-long mortgage
‘It occurred actually shortly, however I did not actually have time to consider it in any respect, as quickly as they got here in for me, I simply knew it was proper for me.
‘I spoke to the supervisor and it was the identical each methods, so I’m actually excited.’
Seagulls head coach Graham Potter is assured Duffy will profit from common recreation time with the Cottagers.
Duffy (proper) performed 20 occasions for the Seagulls after getting back from a mortgage spell with Celtic
Graham Potter (proper) says the 30-year-old will profit from getting recreation time with Fulham
‘Shane has been an excellent servant to this membership, and is rightly held in excessive esteem by everybody right here,’ Potter instructed Brighton’s web site.
‘There was no stress on him to depart, however sometimes he needed to play common soccer, and whereas he was nonetheless a part of our wider squad, we couldn’t assure him that.
‘This transfer will give him that chance, which is admittedly vital to him because the captain of the Republic of Ireland, and Fulham are getting a participant who has nice expertise at this stage.’