Ross County have secured the signing of former Norwich City midfielder Tony Andreu on a deal until the end of the season.
The 32-year-old attacking midfielder is John Hughes’ first recruit as County manager. Andreu has extensive experience of Scottish football on top of spells with Coventry City, Norwich City, Rotherham United and Stade Nyonnais. He has been without a club since leaving the Buddies at the end of last season.
This is his fifth SPFL club after respective spells at Livingston, Dundee United, St Mirren and Hamilton Accies, shining at the latter with 28 goals over two seasons and 70 appearances. That got Andreu his big move to Norwich City, where he featured eight times.
Manager Hughes is delighted to get this deal over the line: “We are delighted to add Tony to the group. Tony has good experience in the Scottish Premiership and will certainly add that experience to the team.
“Over his time in the game, Tony has shown on many occasions how important a part he can play in teams. You can look at his times with Hamilton, St Mirren and other clubs and see he can add that bit of quality to the teams he has played with.”
Andreu could make his debut away to former club Livingston this weekend. The match has been moved back to 24 hours to a 3PM kick-off on Sunday after talks between both clubs and the SPFL.
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