Following an impressive run in the Australia Cup with Sydney FC, defender Kealey Adamson has signed a deal to join the Macarthur Bulls.
The 20-year-old’s move to join the Bulls follows the news that the younger defender would be parting ways with the Sky Blues after the expiration of his short-term contract.
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Macarthur head coach Mile Sterjovski is full of praise for the club’s new arrival.
“[He is a] young and promising fullback, that we believe has a lot of potential,” he said.
“I look forward to having him at the Bulls and help in his development.”
Recently, Adamson has been training and rehabilitating at Sky Park after sustaining a hamstring injury.
Now healthy, Adamson will link up with the Bulls. However, due to transfer rules, Adamson won’t be able to play in his new club colours until January.