Robbie Brady in high demand after leaving Burnley

The 29 year old Dubliner has departed Burnley he will stay for another while however to sort out his injury and then where to next for the man that scored that famous goal agains the Italians at the European Championship back in 2016. One of the great highlights of Irish football.

“I’ve really enjoyed my time here,” said Brady, whose final appearance for Burnley came in a 2-1 win at Everton back in March.

“I’ve loved every minute and I’m really going to miss the lads. They have been a massive part of my career and I’ve made friends who I will hold onto for a long, long time. In that respect everything has been great.

“I also want to thank the fans for making me feel so welcome. It’s such a family club and they get right behind the lads as we’ve seen over the last few seasons.

“It’s been a phenomenal time and I’m so happy to say that I feel I have played a part in Burnley’s history, which I’ll always look back fondly on. I have had a lot of good times – and a few bad times personally – but these things happen and I wish the lads all the best.

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