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Turkish delight for McGrath

Former Burton captain John McGrath is set for a move to Turkey with Fethiyespor, Sky Sports understands.

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John McGrath: Heading for move to Turkey

John McGrath: Heading for move to Turkey

McGrath is a free agent after being released by Burton at the end of last season.

The 33-year-old was a big fans' favourite at Burton, making 236 appearances for the club and helping them win promotion to the Football League.

McGrath has been offered the chance to continue his career in Turkey with Fethiyespor, who won promotion to TFF League One, which is the equivalent of the second division in Turkey, last season.

The former Aston Villa trainee is believed to have linked up with Fethiyespor for pre-season training and is set to join the Turkish outfit.

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