What Irish players sealed Deadline Day moves?

Three Irish internationals were among the players to move clubs

BY Daniel Kelly 08:18 Wednesday 1 February 2017, 8:18 1 Feb 2017

Marc Wilson. Picture by: West Brom/ Twitter

The winter transfer window closed on Tuesday night, with clubs hoping to get some last-minute deals done for the second half of the season.

Three Irish internationals sealed moves, with Robbie Brady's return to the Premier League, the highlight for Irish fans. The Dubliner has joined Burnley on a three-and-a-half-year deal for an undisclosed club-record fee.

While the likes of Brady, along with Marc Wilson and Conor Sammon sealed moves, one of the most intriguing deals was only announced after midnight. Jack Byrne, the Ireland Under-21 international has joined Wigan on a permanetn deal from Manchester City. The Dubliner spent the first half of the season at Blackburn on loan.

Robbie Brady (Norwich City to Burnley) undisclosed fee

Marc Wilson (Bournemouth to West Bromwich Albion) loan

Jack Byrne (Manchester City to Wigan Athletic) undisclosed fee

Kevin Toner (Aston Villa to Bradford City) loan

Eoin Doyle (Preston North End to Portsmouth) loan

Conor Sammon (Hearts to Kilmarnock) loan


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