Blackburn Rovers have signed former England international Danny Murphy on a two-year deal.
The experienced midfielder joins from Fulham, where he skippered the side and played over 200 games.
Manager Steve Kean said:
“Being able to bring Danny on board is a massive boost for everyone and I couldn’t be more delighted. His record is there for all to see. He's a model professional, who has a real hunger to keep on playing football, we are thrilled he's decided to commit his future to us.”
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