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City of Liverpool FC are delighted to announce the signing of Adam Hughes from Cymru Premier side The New Saints.
The 24-year-old defender came through the youth ranks at Tranmere Rovers, spending 10 years with the Prenton Park outfit up to the age of 16.
He then had spells at Cammell Laird, Marine, Warrington Town and also represented Vauxhall Motors who were at the time in the National League North.
In the summer of 2019 Hughes spent a period on trial with TNS, suitably impressing enough in a number of pre-season fixtures to earn a contract with the full-time club.
Adam picked up the August 2019 goal of the month award for TNS, for a fine right footed strike against Aberystwyth Town who he later went on to join on loan.
Hughes spent last season back at Marine on loan and featured in the Boxing Day fixture against Michael Ellison’s Purps.
Ellison is pleased to welcome Adam to the club, explaining, “Adam is a left sided defender, who brings with him NPL experience despite him only being 24.”
“He’s a big lad, he’s good in the air and really comfortable on the ball.”
“Again, it was an easy conversation on agreeing terms. I know he had a number of other options, so I’m glad he’s chose The Purps!”