Chris Maguire has completed a move to English League One club Lincoln City after the former Aberdeen forward confirmed his exit from Sunderland.
Maguire made over 100 appearances over two stints at Aberdeen but has been playing in England since 2011. He has left Sunderland after three years at the Stadium of Light and moves to Lincoln City with Michael Appleton, someone he has worked with three times before. Lincoln have also signed Scotland U21s international Lewis Fiorini.
The 32-year-old said: “My relationship with the manager and the length of contract being offered were big factors in me coming here. After speaking to him everything fell into place and I’m looking forward to working with him again.
“He treats everybody with respect which in football goes a long way, if you’ve a manager who trusts their players they give that back. He has been great throughout my career when I’ve worked with him and hopefully I can do that here as well.
“I was impressed when I came in to see the setup – the pitches look good, there’s a nice gym and the facilities are good. I’m ready to go and looking forward to getting started.”
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