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An Irish International Is On The Move Back To The Premier League

By Conor O'Leary
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There's a lot of movement for members of Martin O'Neill this summer already with Stephen Quinn signing a new contract at Hull and Jack Grealish being linked with a move away from Aston Villa, but the first official transfer involving an Irish international has been confirmed.

Darren Randolph West Ham Transfer

Goalkeeper Darren Randolph has signed a deal to join West Ham United, and will compete with Spanish keeper Adrian for the number 1 spot for the Hammers. Randolph moves from Birmingham City where he spent a largely successful spell playing 91 league games out of a possible 92 in his two seasons at the Midlands club.

The Bray keeper started out his career at Ardmore Rovers, before moving to Charlton when he was 16. Loan spells at clubs like Accrington Stanley and Gillingham were the main feature of his time at Valley Parade, before a move to Motherwell ignited his career. He's been a regular starter with Motherwell and Birmingham ever sinc, before making his Irish debut in 2012.

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