Luton Town have confirmed the signing of midfielder Ryan Tunnicliffe, who joins after leaving Millwall.
The 26-year-old has signed a contract of undisclosed length with the Bedfordshire club, and becomes their third signing of the summer ahead of their return to the Championship.
Tunnicliffe follows the previous incomings of Callum McManaman and Martin Cranie, who joins after leaving Millwall following a 2 year stint at The New Den.
In his career, the youngster began as a product of the Manchester United academy, making two appearances in the League Cup before leaving Old Trafford in 2014. He also spent time on loan with Barnsley, Peterborough and Ipswich.
Tunnicliffe joined Fulham after leaving Manchester United, signing on an undisclosed fee in January 2014. He made 65 appearances in all competitions in a 3 1/2 year stint at Craven Cottage, while he also spent time out on loan with Wigan and Blackburn, before joining Millwall in 2017.
The midfielder told the official Luton Town website of his delight to move to the club. He said, “I’m really excited to be here. It’s been a long drawn-out process doing the contracts, but I can’t wait to get going.
“I met the gaffer about four or five weeks ago. After the season finished he wanted to get to know me face to face and see my personality, and that’s when I knew that something could happen here.”