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Ipswich Town sign Sunderland keeper Marton Fulop

Marton Fulop
Fulop joined Sunderland from Tottenham in 2007

Goalkeeper Marton Fulop has left Sunderland for Ipswich Town for an undisclosed fee.

The 27-year-old Hungarian has agreed personal terms with the Portman Road club and penned a two-year deal.

Fulop has played 50 games for Sunderland but has been out of the limelight since Craig Gordon joined the club for £9m three years ago.

He featured three times for Manchester City last season after signing on an emergency loan deal in April.

Sunderland boss Steve Bruce had revealed Town were in talks with the keeper two weeks ago, but the player and club have only just reached an agreement.

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Fulop will face competition for a starting position at Ipswich from Brian Murphy and Arran Lee-Barratt.

Veteran stopper Richard Wright was released at the end of last season after losing his first-team berth to 27-year-old Irishman Murphy.

It is the second time Town manager Roy Keane has returned to his former club for a player this summer, after clinching midfielder Conor Hourihane, 19, who signed a one-year deal in July.



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Man City recruit goalkeeper Fulop
27 Apr 10 |  Man City
Keane angry at Stoke's Fulop snub
31 Jul 08 |  Sunderland


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