Vaughan Becomes A Tangerine
Former Alex left winger David Vaughan has completed a move to Blackpool.
The Welsh left-footer completed a £200,000 move to Blackpool after only completing a year at Spanish club Real Sociedad. The deal will keep Vaughan at Bloomfield Road for 2 years with an option of an additional year if he impresses.
The 25 year old moved to the Spanish club last summer in a £300,000 move that saw him team up with fellow Welshman and former Fulham manager Chris Coleman. This was seen as a good move for Vaughan as it would help him to push on to become a regular Welsh international.
However, Coleman resigned in January and took up the position of manager at Coventry City, leaving Vaughan out in Spain and wanting a move back to England.
Vaughan should go straight into the starting 11 for Blackpool with Wes Hoolahan moving on to Norwich City in June.
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