Ross Larkin makes the move from Portadown to Linfieldby Andrew Dempsey
Northern Irish Premier League side Linfield have unveiled the capture of 20-year-old Ross Larkin from Portadown.
The attacking midfielder made 11 appearances for the Danske Bank Championship club last term as Portadown came 3rd, thirteen points off league winners Larne.
Speaking to his club’s media team, Linfield manager David Healy revealed his delight upon sealing the signature of the exciting 20-year-old forward.
“I’m delighted to advise our supporters that we’ve today reached agreement with 20-year-old Ross Larkin for him to join us from Portadown.
“Ross is an exciting young talent who we’ve been watching closely for some time and he will nicely fit the criteria for the type of player we are aiming to attract to help take our club forward.
He has a bright future in the game and working closely with our experienced defenders will help him develop as a player and improve his game, going forward.
I’m looking forward to working with him when he joins up with us in pre-season.”
Larkin joins Linfield as former Linfield loanee Conor Mitchell has made the move to free-spending Larne.