Barrow striker Scott Quigley has this afternoon completed a move to National League outfit Stockport County for an undisclosed fee.
The 28-year-old front man joined The Bluebirds in the summer of 2019 and has since made 78 appearances in all competitions, scoring 35 goals in the process.
Quigley played a key role in the Club’s historic promotion to the Football League in 2019/20 before top scoring again last term when he found the net 16 times as Barrow consolidated their position in League Two.
However, he did not feature in the first pre-season friendly at Holker Old Boys on Saturday and has not travelled with the rest of the squad to Scotland after making a request to move on.
“Scott stated that he wanted to leave the Club,” explained boss Mark Cooper.
“He told us that he wanted to be closer to home and that he had been offered a very good deal elsewhere, which we couldn’t really compete with.”
Chairman, Paul Hornby added: “As soon as Scott expressed his desire to move away from Barrow, we concluded a deal to suit all parties.
“We can only thank Scott for his contribution to Barrow during an incredible period which saw us make our return to the Football League.
“We wish him every success in his future career.”