Grant Savoury progressed through the youth academies of Celtic, but didn’t made his Scottish Premiership debut. In January 2020, he was out on loan to Edinburgh City, but due to COVID, the season was restricted with Grant returning to Parkhead after playing just 6 games.
In October of last year, Savoury signed a contract for two years at Peterhead FC. He played 28 official matches, in which he scored 6 times and provided 5 assists. He appeared in three matches against Queen’s Park FC.
Grant Savoury: ‘I’m excited to be here’
“I’m delighted to have joined the club. When I heard Queen’s Park were interested, I was very eager to get the deal over the line, so it’s very pleasing to have done that. It’s clearly an exciting time for the club on the back of two promotions and I’m excited to be here and excited at the prospect of helping the team have a good season in the Championship.”
Marijn Beuker: ‘We have been looking at Grant for several months – we appreciate a player of his quality’
“We are very happy with what is another fantastic signing for the club. We have been looking at Grant for several months and we appreciate a player of his quality. We are looking for players who are creative and who can entertain the fans and Grant is certainly a player that fits that profile.”
Owen Coyle: ‘A player who helps us play the way we want to play’
“We happy to finally present Grant to our supporters. His is a player that helps us play the way we want to play and will help us build success in the upcoming season.”
Grant will join the Queen’s Park when the players return for pre-season training on Friday 17th June 2022.
As usual, Queen’s Park FC does not make any statements about the transfer fee involved in the transfer of Savoury.