29-year-old set to move south with his family after Leeds United agree exit - confirmed
Luton Town have confirmed that they have re-signed Eunan O’Kane from Leeds United after he agreed an 18-month deal with the Championship strugglers.
O’Kane, 29, joined Luton on loan at the start of last season but was forced to return to Elland Road after making just four appearances due to a double break in his left leg.
The Republic of Ireland midfielder has not played in a competitive fixture since his time at Kenilworth Road but now it seems he has the chance to revive his career by returning to the relegation-threatened Hatters.
✍️ The Hatters are delighted to announce the signing of midfielder Eunan O'Kane on an 18-month arrangement from @LUFC.
Welcome back @eunan10!
— LutonTown (@LutonTown) January 30, 2020
Luton confirm on their website that O’Kane remained in touch with players and staff at Kenilworth Road during his recovery from his broken leg and now, he is set to move south with his family and return to Bedfordshire.
O’Kane has had a torrid time in the last year and a half where he has not played a single minute of competitive football.
Even though he has been fit for a while, Marcelo Bielsa has not included the midfielder in his first-team plans, despite a lack of central midfield players in recent weeks.
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We hope that O’Kane is able to revive his career at Luton.
He clearly likes that club a lot despite his short-lived spell there at the start of last season.
In other Leeds United news, Andrea Radrizzani was left “speechless” by what made him angry in the win against Millwall.