31 August 2011
AFC BOURNEMOUTH winger Liam Feeney has signed a three-year contract to become Millwall's second signing of a busy transfer deadline day.
The Lions confirmed that they had agreed a deal to sign the 24-year-old just 90 minutes before the transfer window was due to close at 11pm this evening.
Den chiefs have been locked in talks with their Cherries counterparts all day, before finally agreeing a fee – reported to be in the region of £200,000 – for Feeney's services.
Hammersmith-born Feeney had been ever-present for Bournemouth this season until he missed last night's Johnstone's Paint Trophy win over Hereford United.
The winger made 121 appearances and scored fourteen goals since joining the Cherries from non-league Salisbury Town in February 2009.
Feeney will be reunited current Lions striker and former Cherries team-mate Josh McQuoid, who he played alongside before the Northern Irishman moved to the Den last November.
For more on Feeney's move to Millwall, see tomorrow's Southwark News. Follow @JLsouthwarknews on Twitter for more last-minute deadline day updates.
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