Dan Scarr Agrees Plymouth Argyle Switch

The Saddlers' backline has another space to fill as a player agrees terms for a move elsewhere.
Dan Scarr has agreed to join Plymouth Argyle.
Walsall defender Dan Scarr has come to terms on a summer switch to Sky Bet League One side Plymouth Argyle.

The former Stourbridge and Birmingham City defender is due to be out of contract at the end of the month and has opted to turn down a fresh deal in favour of a moth to Argyle.

Scarr began his career in non-league with Worcester City and also played for Causeway, Redditch United and Stourbridge, starring in the Glassboys’ historic run to the Third Round of the FA Cup.

After sixty appearances in two years at the War Memorial Ground, Scarr signed for Birmingham City in January 2017 and made his Blues debut in their Carabao Cup match against Reading last August.

He spent much of the 2017/18 season on loan with Wycombe Wanderers, scoring one goal in twenty-six matches as the Chairboys finished third and gained promotion to Sky Bet League One.

After joining the club in January 2019 Dan made a total of ninety-six Saddlers appearances, making him one of the longest serving players in WS1, an indication of the revolving door nature of the club over recent seasons.
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