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LUFC Bridcutt Completes Nottingham Forest Move

LUFC Bridcutt Completes Nottingham Forest Move

Leeds United midfielder Liam Bridcutt has completed his move to Nottingham Forest.

The midfielder has joined Nottingham Forest on a three-year deal for an undisclosed fee.

Bridcutt had fallen down the pecking order in the Leeds midfield this season and he had made just one substitute appearance in the Carabao Cup win against Port Vale.

The 28-year-old arrived at Leeds last summer on a two-year deal from Sunderland after impressing during a loan spell the previous season.

He captained the Leeds side last season and he made 25 appearances to help the side to a seventh placed finish.

Bridcutt could make his Forest debut against Leeds this weekend when the two meet at the City Ground.



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Date:Tuesday August 22 2017
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