Former Liverpool striker Jack Dunn has completed a permanent move to Vanarama National League club Tranmere Rovers.
The 22 year old spent the second half of last season on loan at Prenton Park but now becomes a permanent member of Micky Mellon’s Rovers squad.
During his time at Anfield, Dunn spent time out on loan with the likes of Cheltenham Town and Burton Albion.
Before moving to Rovers last season he spent a short spell on loan with Morecambe, starting twelve games for the Shrimpers and scoring six goals.
He also scored his first ever senior hat-trick in an EFL Cup game at Rotherham United.
Dunn also had England caps to his name at Under 17, 18 and 19 level and last featured for the Three Lions in an Under 19s friendly against Switzerland in May 2012.
Speaking to the Rovers website Micky Mellon said “I’m pleased to be able to bring a player of Jack’s quality to the Club on a permanent basis.
“He’s another young player who is hungry, keen to learn and ambitious and wants to help take this Club forward.
“He’s got great pace and gives us great options in the wide areas. We know the fans here love players who can run with the ball and take people and Jack is definitely one of those who will excite and get supporters off their seats.
“I’m keen to keep the nucleus of the squad together because we have that togetherness and team spirit which I want to build on further.”
Article: Mark Carruthers (@marknldaily)
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