Patrick McEleney has signed for Oldham Athletic in England's League One.
The Latics have signed the Derry native on a two and a half year deal.
McEleney won the League of Ireland title along with an EA Sports Cup since joining Dundalk in 2016.
There was no fee as the player was out
It is understood that Dundalk are set to lose another top performer to the UK as Patrick McEleney seems set to move to Oldham Athletic.
The Derry native had many offers available and apparently will be signing for the League One side in the coming days.
Like Dundalk, Oldham are expecting to
Today on Derrynow.com it has been reported that Derry City have offered Patrick McEleney a whopping four year contract to secure the services of the midfielder.
In the piece it states that, 'McEleney still hopes to secure a move to England this winter, with Blackburn Rovers and Oldham Athletic interested, although
In a great piece in today's Derry Journal, it has been announced that Patrick McEleney has had talks with Kenny Shiels about a possible return to the Brandywell for next season.
The pair apparently were chatting in Derry yesterday and spoke regarding that if a move to the UK does not
The 2017 League of Ireland season is coming to an end and we want to know who you think deserves to be the LeagueofIreland.ie Player of the season.
There are seven worthy candidates up for this seasons award that represent four clubs in Cork City, Dundalk, Shamrock Rovers & Bohemians.
Cork City recorded their 22nd league win of the season as they moved a set closer to the league title. They took all 3 points at United Park, thanks to Stephen Dooley’s 54th minute goal which now leaves them 17 points clear; with a game in hand. Reigning champions Dundalk
It is the first time McEleney has won the monthly award which was presented to him today by Leanne Sheill from SSE Airtricity.
The Dundalk star netted four goals in five games as Stephen Kenny's Lilywhites won all five games since the mid-season break.
McEleney has scored some stunning goals this season
Dundalk eased to victory last night against bottom side Galway United in Oriel Park with an emphatic 2-0 victory.
The goals came from Dane Massey & Patrick McEleney in a very one sided game that moved the lilywhites seven points clear of Bray Wanderers who are in third place.
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In a game that was meant to be a standard victory for Stephen Kenny's men, they came up against a well drilled, fit and persistent Wexford Youths side who made the Champions work for their three points as the game finished 3-2 at Oriel Park.
Youths took the lead on twelve
With all the talk lately of Derry City starlet Patrick McEleney, we wanted to give our readers a bit of an insight into the man.
A native Derry man, McEleney was born in 1992 and played football as a striker from an early age with local club ‘Foyle Harps until in