Eunan O’Kane signs new deal with Leeds, ’a club moving in right direction’

Eunan O’Kane signs new deal with Leeds, ’a club moving in right direction’

Ireland midfielder Eunan O’Kane has signed a new 4 year deal with Leeds.

The Derry man says it’s a really impressive club and it’s moving in the right direction.

O’Kane’s new deal, means he will stay at Elland Road until the end of the 2020/21 season.

The Derry man began his career with Everton before moving to Torquay United in 2010.

After two and a half years at Plainmoor he was snapped up by Bournemouth in July 2012.

The 27 year-old joined Leeds last summer and has made 27 appearances so far.

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