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Ross County have signed striker Jermaine Hylton from Motherwell on a one-year-deal


By Will Clark

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Ross County have signed striker Jermaine Hylton from Motherwell on a one-year-deal

The 27-year-old came through the youth ranks at Birmingham City before spells with non-league clubs saw him return to the EFL with Swindon Town.

Jermaine Hylton (left) in action against Ross County last season. Picture: Ken Macpherson.
Jermaine Hylton (left) in action against Ross County last season. Picture: Ken Macpherson.

He was with Solihull Moors when he joined Motherwell in May 2019. During his time in North Lanarkshire, Hylton made 41 appearances scoring four goals.

"On the signing, manager Stuart Kettlewell said “Jermaine is a great addition to our group. He is a player I have liked for a while and we are delighted to be able to take him to Dingwall. There is no doubting his pedigree, given the part he played in Motherwell having such a successful campaign last season and taking them to Europe.”

“He has pace, quality and technical ability which is exactly the kind of qualities we want to bring to our group. I look forward to seeing him progress and develop here and I am sure his addition will be warmly welcomed by our fans.”

Meanwhile Ross County have confirmed midfielder Josh Mullin has left the club.



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