Fulham have confirmed the signings of Ben Pringle and Andy Lonergan on free transfers.
The pair will officially become Fulham players when their respective contracts with Rotherham United and Bolton Wanderers expire on Wednesday 1st July.
Left-footed midfielder Pringle and goalkeeper Lonergan will both pen two-year deals with a one-year Club option that will keep them in SW6 until at least 2017.
Born in Newcastle, Pringle was a product of the famous Wallsend Boys Club, before spending time on the books of West Bromwich Albion. He made a name for himself at non-League level with Ilkeston Town, before joining Derby County in July 2009.
Pringle made 20 league appearances for the Rams during a two-year stint, before leaving for Rotherham on a free transfer in June 2011.
During his time with the Millers, Pringle hit 19 goals in 146 league appearances, twice tasting promotion with the Yorkshire side.
Last season, the 26-year-old played 43 times in all competitions, scoring three goals. He started both games against Fulham.
Pringle told the official website: “I’m buzzing. As soon as I knew that there was interest from Fulham I wanted to come here straight away. You just have to look at the size of the Club and where they’ve been in the past – hopefully we can get there again before too long.
“I like to think I’ll bring energy to the team. I try to make things happen, I can cross a ball okay and try to get in little pockets.”
Born in Preston, 31-year-old Lonergan began his career with his hometown club. Handed his debut as a 16-year-old by David Moyes in 2000, Lonergan went on to play more than 200 times for the Lancashire outfit, taking in loan spells at Darlington, Blackpool, Wycombe Wanderers and Swindon Town during that time. He twice won Preston’s Fans Player of the Year and also scooped a Player’s Player of the Year gong.
In 2011, he spent a season with Leeds United, making 35 appearances, before joining Bolton where he played 51 times in the league in a three-year stay.
Following his move to SW6, Lonergan told www.fulhamfc.com: “I’m delighted to get it all sorted. I’m happy to be here and I can’t wait to get started. It’s a very well respected, historic Cub and it’s a place where everyone would like to play. We have a lot of potential to hopfully get back to where the Club belongs."