Winger Adam Mitchell has been transfer listed by Vanarama National League club Spennymoor Town.
Mitchell began his career with Sunderland, making his Premier League debut away at Spurs on the final day of the 2012/13 season when he replaced striker Danny Graham in the closing minutes of a 1-0 defeat for the Black Cats.
He had a loan spell at Darlington towards the end of the 2013/14 season before being released by Sunderland.
The Quakers beat a number of clubs to sign Mitchell on a two-year deal and was handed a new deal last summer.
He went on to make 109 appearances for the Quakers, scoring fourteen goals, before joining Spennymoor Town in October 2016.
He made twenty six appearances for the Moors last season as they were promoted into the National League North via the Evo-Stik League play-offs.
Mitchell was an unused substitute in their semi-final win over Nantwich Town and was not named in the matchday squad for the play-off final win over Stourbridge.
Now he has been made available for transfer by Moors boss Jason Ainsley.
Article: Mark Carruthers (@marknldaily)
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