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Date of birth



180 cm




Northern Ireland

The Hatters were finally able to lure McGeehan to Kenilworth Road on a permanent contract in the summer of 2015 after he previously enjoyed two spells on-loan from Norwich City.

In the first, the central midfielder played a key role in the Conference title campaign of 2013-14, before rejoining again during our first season back in League Two after being on loan at Cambridge United.

In his first permanent campaign with the Hatters, McGeehan netted 14 times to finish second top scorer behind Jack Marriott. 

The 21-year-old originally came through the ranks at Chelsea and has caps for Northern Ireland at Under-17, 19 and 21 level. 

He made his 100th Town appearance against Exeter City in a 0-0 draw at St James Park at the end of November, and had reached 11 goals for the season when he suffered a broken leg at Portsmouth in early January 2017.