CELTIC attacker Michael Duffy has completed his transfer to League of Ireland champions Dundalk – as CQN indicated last week.
The winger signed for the Hoops from Derry City in February 2015 and went on to feature regularly for the Development Squad.

He spent last season on loan in the Championship with Alloa, making 38 appearances and scoring three goals, one an absolute cracker at Ibrox!

The 22-year-old frontman, who earned a call-up to the Northern Ireland senior squad in August, moved to Dundee on a temporary transfer in the summer.

He scored once in 13 appearances before returning to Parkhead last week.
“I enjoyed my two years in Scotland. I have some good memories of it. I played in some big games and made a good lot of friends,” Duffy said last night.
“It just didn’t work out the way I wanted it to, but I still enjoyed it.

“I’ve seen how well Stephen (Kenny)and Dundalk have been doing over the past few years. Speaking to him and listening to his plans with me, I really wanted to come here.

“I followed Dundalk and watched all their games in Europe and saw how well they were doing. They were very unlucky not to qualify from the group stages, so I’m hoping they can go on the same run again this year.”

We wish him all the best for his time at Dundalk.
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