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Robbie Brady finally seals long-awaited Premier League move

Burnley have signed the Irish international for a club record fee.

Updated at 21.25

IT’S BEEN CONFIRMED this evening that Burnley have signed Robbie Brady for an undisclosed club record fee on a three-and-a-half-year deal.

The club announced the news this evening, in what is the third high-profile move involving an Irish player during the January Transfer Window.

Previously, Darron Gibson signed for Sunderland where he is more likely to earn some game time under David Moyes after falling out of favour at Everton.

Meanwhile, Conor Hourihane made his debut start for Aston Villa this evening, less than a week after making the move from Barnsley. Brady will link-up with fellow Irish teammate Jeff Hendrick and Stephen Ward at Burnley.

And with World Cup qualifiers coming up, this move could prove crucial for Brady.

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