Tunnicliffe transfer confirmed
Wycombe Wanderers have confirmed that James Tunnicliffe is joining the club on a free transfer from Brighton & Hove Albion.
The 22 year-old central-defender came through Stockport County's youth system and made his debut at 16 before spending time on-loan at Northwich Victoria and eventually making 50 first-team appearances for the Hatters.
In July 2009 he was signed on a three-year contract by Brighton & Hove Albion for an undisclosed fee.
In his first season down south, Tunnicliffe made 20 first-team appearances for the Seagulls and scored 2 goals before being loaned-out to Franchise where he played 9 times and scored once.
He spent the whole of last season on-loan at Bristol Rovers where he made 27 first-team appearances in all competitions.
Tunnicliffe will join Wycombe on a one-year contract after agreeing a severance package with the Seagulls.
Blues boss Gary Waddock told wwfc.com: "James is a talented young centre-back with experience of playing at this level. He's a footballing defender who who can play out from the back, and we're delighted to add him to the group."
The current status of the Wycombe squad is as follows...
Renewed loan signing
Players who have accepted a new contract
Players who have rejected a new contract
Players already under contract
Scholars awarded a pro-contract