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Belgian-born Ireland U21 goalkeeper earns move to Championship club

Liam Bossin has agreed a two-year deal with Nottingham Forest after leaving Anderlecht.

IRELAND U21 INTERNATIONAL Liam Bossin has been signed by Championship club Nottingham Forest.

The Brussels-born goalkeeper arrives at the City Ground on a two-year deal after his contract with Anderlecht expired at the end of last season.

Bossin joined the Belgian outfit in 2013 and went on to sign his first professional contract two years later. However, as third choice goalkeeper, the 21-year-old didn’t make a first-team appearance.

Liam Bossin Bossin in action for Ireland's U21s. Source: Donall Farmer/INPHO

Eligible to play for Ireland through his mother, the young stopper is an underage international with two U21 caps to his name.

After arriving on a free transfer, Bossin goes straight into Forest’s U23 squad. Fellow Irish goalkeeper Stephen Henderson is currently in the first-team squad.

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