Cluxton 'keen to stay on and stake a claim'
Dessie Farrell has confirmed that Stephen Cluxton is "very keen and intent on staying involved" for a 20th season with the Dublin senior footballers.
Speaking at a media unveiling at AIG's offices on North Wall Quay, Farrell revealed that he met Cluxton shortly after his appointment as Dublin manager, with the seven-time All-Ireland medallist indicating he was eager be part of the new set-up.
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"I've met with Stephen and he's indicated he's very keen to stay involved," Farrell explained.
Cluxton is currently injured and Farrell said he was not expecting him back until "towards the end of March", meaning the Parnell's goalkeeper would miss most, if not all, of Dublin's 2020 National League campaign.
"A lot of you will be aware that he's just after going through some surgery on his shoulder, so that's going to take time to recover," said Farrell, who admitted that Cluxton had: "more to get done than he originally thought... But he's very keen and intent on staying involved and staking a claim."