Duffy pens Port Vale deal

Port Vale have announced that defender Richard Duffy has agreed a new two-year contract.

Last Updated: 13/06/14 at 13:06

Richard Duffy: Extends Port Vale stay

Richard Duffy: Extends Port Vale stay

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The 28-year-old, who moved to Vale Park from Exeter in 2012, will put pen to paper on Monday.

"I have been in negotiations for a few weeks and I am over the moon to be staying at the club for the next two seasons," he told Vale's website.

Duffy, who has also played for Burnley, Coventry, Swansea and Millwall, has made 70 appearances in two years for the Valiants.

Manager Micky Adams added: "I am delighted that Duffs has committed his immediate future to the club."

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