By 90Min
July 24, 2017

Middlesbrough have announced the signing of Republic of Ireland international Darren Randolph on a four-year deal.

The Teessiders, who dropped back into the Championship following a solitary campaign in the Premier league, paid £5m in order to complete the deal, and will hope that the goalkeeper's contributions could help them get back up into the top flight.

A statement on their ​official website reads: "Boro have sealed the signing of Republic of Ireland international goalkeeper Darren Randolph.

"The 30-year-old arrives from West Ham United in a £5m transfer, and signs a four-year contract.Randolph was at Rockliffe Park early on Saturday morning to complete a medical and agree personal terms."

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Randolph, 30, immediately stated his intentions regarding promotion, as well as expressing his delight at the move.

“I’m delighted to get it all signed and completed,” he said to Boro's website.

“Arriving here and see the facilities, it’s definitely a Premier League club. I want to come here and get the club back to where it belongs and be part of something special.”


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