Luke Gambin’s spell in Maltese football has lasted just one season as he makes his return to England where he has put pen to paper on a deal with Sutton United.
Gambin, who was not part of Ħamrun Spartans’ games in the UEFA Europa Conference League, was on the look out for a new club back in England ahead of the new season.
Most recently, the 29-year-old was featuring as a trialist for Sutton with whom he will also play on Saturday afternoon when they face Charlton Athletic in a pre-season friendly.
With the Spartans, with whom he had signed a lucrative five-year contract, Gambin failed to live up to the expectations put on him. He played 28 games with two goals and four assists during the 2021/2022 season.
Sutton United will be playing the 2022/2023 season in League Two, England’s fourth-tier, and will launch their campaign on July 30 with a home game against Newport County.
The Malta international has played with several clubs in England already including Barnet, Colchester United and Luton Town.
Gambin has 35 caps and one goal for Malta at international level.
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