Adam Legzdin Joins Dundee On Short Term Contract
Dundee Football Club have this afternoon confirmed the signing of Adam Legzdins subject to international clearance. The former Clarets goalkeeper signed for the club after leaving English Premier League side Burnley in the summer.
A product of Birmingham City’s youth academy he progressed through the ranks before a number of loan spells at Alfreton Town, Halifax Town, Oldham Athletic, Macclesfield Town and Weymouth which saw him gain experience.
In 2008, he left on a permanent basis to join Crewe Alexandra and two years later joined Burton Albion. His form at Burton earned him a moved to Derby County just 12 months later. He was with the Pride Park side for three years before joining Leyton Orient and then moving back to Birmingham City.
A move to Turf Moor then followed in the summer of 2017, joining Premier League side Burnley Football Club where he spent three seasons without making a single appearance for Sean Dyche side. Legzdins join Dundee on a short term contract until the end of the season.