Inverness CT have announced seven new signings as manager Terry Butcher’s squad takes shape ahead of next season.
One of the additions is 20-year-old Ben Greenhalgh, who spent 18 months playing for Inter after winning a half-year deal, which was extended, with the Serie A club through a reality show.
The midfielder was part of Sky1’s Football’s Next Star in 2010 and he honed his skills under new Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho before he returned back to England to join Ebbsfleet United.
The player will be joined by Adam Evans, who has been released by Burnley, Marley Watkins, who arrives from Hereford United, and former Kidderminster Harriers player James Vincent.
The other new signings include defender Harry Hooman, Danny Williams and former Northern Ireland Under-21 forward Curtis Allan, who joins after spending two years with Coleraine.
Butcher told the club’s official website: “We have some exciting new prospects joining the club and this has been a work in progress by the management team for some time now, not just for the past couple of weeks.
“This is the culmination of many thousands of miles in the car taking in hundreds of games, and a massive amount of man hours.
“Our squad for next season is almost complete and we can now look forward to few days off as we will all be back, raring to go, on 27 June and that’s not too far away now.”
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