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Here’s every SSE Airtricity League Premier Division transfer that’s been announced so far

Yesterday marked 50 days until the League of Ireland starts back up on 4 March.

Bohemians

Kurtis Byrne Kurtis Byrne joins from Dundalk. Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

In

Mark Quigley (Derry City)
Kurtis Byrne (Dundalk)
Ayman Ben Mohamed (Longford Town)

Out 

Karl Moore (Bray Wanderers)
Robbie Creevy (Bray Wanderers)

Re-signed

Anto Murphy
Adam Evans
Dean Delany
Derek Pender
Daniel Byrne
Derek Prendergast
Stephen Best
Lorcan Fitzgerald
Keith Buckley
Paddy Kavanagh
Roberto Lopes
Jake Kelly
Ismahil Akinade
Dylan Hayes 

Bray Wanderers

Conor Kenna Shamrock Rovers captain Conor Kenna is one of 13 players to arrive at Bray in the close season. Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO

In 

Dean Kelly (Longford Town) 
Mark Salmon (Longford Town) 
Conor Kenna (Shamrock Rovers) 
Ryan Brennan (Shamrock Rovers) 
Curtis Murphy (Shamrock Rovers) 
Alan Byrne (Drogheda United) 
Mick Daly (Drogheda United) 
Ger Pender (Drogheda United) 
Alan McNally (Drogheda United) 
Jason Marks (Drogheda United) 
Karl Moore (Bohemians)  
Robbie Creevy (Bohemians)
Dylan Connolly (Ipswich  Town) 

Out 

Graham Kelly (St Patrick’s Athletic) 
Michael Barker (St Patrick’s Athletic)
Chris Lyons (Sligo Rovers)

Re-signed  

Peter Cherrie 
Hugh Douglas

Cork City

Greg Bolger Cork Midfielder Greg Bolger joins the Rebels from St Patrick's Athletic.

In 

Greg Bolger (St Patrick’s Athletic) 
Kenny Browne (St Patrick’s Athletic) 
Gearoid Morrissey (Cambridge United)
Sean Maguire (Dundalk)
Ian Turner (Limerick) 
Stephen Dooley (Derry City) 

Out

Dan Murray (Retired) 
Billy Dennehy (St Patrick’s Athletic) 
Darren Dennehy (St Patrick’s Athletic) 
Rob Lehane (Cobh Ramblers) 

Re-signed

John Kavanagh
Alan Bennett
Colin Healy
Michael McSweeney
Alan Smith 
Garry Buckley 
Steven Beattie 
Mark O’Sullivan 
Gavan Holohan 
John Dunleavy 

Derry City

Rory Patterson Rory Patterson is back with Candystripes. Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

In

Gareth McGlynn (Australia)
Rory Patterson (FC United)
Harry Monaghan (Stenhousemuir)
Jordan Allan (Elgin City) 

Out

Patrick McEleney (Dundalk)

Re-signed

Ryan McBride
Aaron Barry
Conor McCormack
Ger Doherty
Ronan Curtis
Dean Jarvis
Shaun Patterson
Nathan Boyle

Dundalk

McEleney Dundalk Stephen Kenny is reunited with Patrick McEleney. Source: Twitter/DundalkFC

In

Patrick McEleney (Derry City)
Robbie Benson (UCD)

Out

Richie Towell (Brighton)
Kurtis Byrne (Bohemians)
Sean Maguire (Cork City)

Re-signed

Gary Rogers
Dane Massey
Brian Gartland
Andy Boyle
Chris Shields
John Mountney
Ronan Finn
Daryl Horgan
Darren Meenan 
Georgie Poynton
Paddy Barrett
Ciaran O’Connor
Gabriel Sava
David McMillan
Ciaran Kilduff
Stephen O’Donnell
Shane Grimes

Finn Harps

Ryan McConnell Harps signing Ryan McConnell. Source: Twitter/Finn Harps FC

In 

Ryan McConnell (Manchester United) 
Ryan Curran (Derry City) 

Out

?

Re-signed

Kevin McHugh
Ciaran Coll
Gareth Harkin
Tony McNamee
Keith Cowan
Damien McNulty 
Matthew Crossan
Ciaran Gallagher
Thomas McMonagle
Michael Funston
Raymond Foy 

Galway United

Stephen Folan

In 

Vinny Faherty (Limerick) 
Stephen Folan (Cork City) 
John Sullivan (Galway United) 

Out 

Jack Keegan (FC Edmonton)

Re-signed

Conor Winn 
Padraic Cunningham
Marc Ludden
Cormac Raferty
Ryan Connolly
Paul Sinnott
Stephen Walsh 
Kilian Cantwell
Gary Shanahan
Colm Horgan
Kevin Horgan
Conor Melody

Longford Town

Lee Duffy celebrates after the game There was a mass exodus from relegated Drogheda and Lee Duffy has ended up at Longford. Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

In 

Kealon Dillon (Bohemians) 
Lee Duffy (Drogheda United) 
Mark Hughes (Drogheda United) 
Peter McGlynn (Bray Wanderers) 
Josh O’Hanlon (Bournemouth – loan) 

Out 

Gary Shaw (Shamrock Rovers)
Dean Kelly (Bray Wanderers) 
Mark Salmon (Bray Wanderers) 
Ayman Ben Mohamed (Bohemians)
Stephen Rice (unattached) 

Re-signed

Paul Skinner
Noel Haverty 
James Mulhall 
Kaleem Simon
David O’Sullivan  
Rhys Gorman 

Shamrock Rovers

Killer Rover Killian Brennan is back for his second spell with the Hoops. Source: Twitter/ShamrockRovers

In

Killian Brennan (St Patrick’s Athletic)
Dean Clarke (Limerick)
Gary Shaw (Longford Town)

Out

Damien Duff (Retired)
Conor Kenna (Bray Wanderers) 
Ryan Brennan (Bray Wanderers) 
Curtis Murphy (Bray Wanderers) 

Re-signed

Craig Hyland
Barry Murphy
Simon Madden
David Webster
Maxime Blanchard
David O’Connor 
Gavin Brennan
Luke Byrne
Gary McCabe
Patrick Cregg
Brandon Miele
Danny North
Mikey Drennan
Rob Cornwall
Sean Heaney 
Trevor Clarke 

Sligo Rovers

Soccer - Scottish Premiership - St Mirren v Celtic - St Mirren Park Ireland U21 international Kieran Sadlier has moved to the Bit O'Red. Source: Jeff Holmes

In 

Micheal Schlingermann (Drogheda United)
Kieran Sadlier (Peterborough United) 
Jimmy Keohane (Woking) 
Tim Clancy (Shamrock Rovers) 
Chris Lyons (Bray Wanderers)

 Out 

David Cawley (St Patrick’s Athletic) 
Dinny Corcoran (St Patrick’s Athletic) 

Re-signed

Raffaele Cretaro 
Gary Armstrong 
John Russell
Regan Donelon 
Gary Boylan 

St Patrick’s Athletic

Billy Dennehy Billy Dennehy and his brother Darren switch from Leeside to Inchicore. Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

In

Billy Dennehy (Cork City)
Darren Dennehy (Cork City)
David Cawley (Sligo Rovers)
Dylan McGlade (Shelbourne)
Michael Barker (Bray Wanderers)
Mark Timlin (Derry City) 
Keith Treacy (Drogheda United) 
Graham Kelly (Bray Wanderers) 
Dinny Corcoran (Sligo Rovers) 

Out

Kenny Brown (Cork City) 
Greg Bolger (Cork City) 
Killian Brennan (Shamrock Rovers) 

Re-signed

Brendan Clarke
Ger O’Brien
Conan Byrne
Christy Fagan 
Ian Bermingham 

Wexford Youths

Danny Ledwith Danny Ledwith spent last season at Sligo. Source: Ryan Byrne/INPHO

In 

Aidan Friel (Athlone Town) 
Danny Ledwith (Sligo Rovers) 
Paul Murphy (North End United) 
Matthew Connor (Waterford United) 

Out 

?

Re-signed 

Danny Furlong 
Graham Doyle
Craig McCabe
Ryan Delaney
Peter Higgins
Shane Dunne
Eric Molloy
Andy Mulligan 
Craig Wall
Johnny Bonner
Gary Delaney
Lee Grace
Aidan Keenan

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