Bromley have signed former Millwall midfielder Sam Skeffington.
The 20-year-old has played for Millwall’s U18 and U23 sides but never made a first team appearance for the Lions.
Skeffington made his senior debut with Barnet after he joined the Bees on an 28-day youth loan from Millwall in April.
The midfielder went on to make 12 appearances for Barnet but could not prevent them from being relegated from the National League.
Skeffington will link up with former Crystal Palace goalkeeper Andy Woodman, who is the manager of the Ravens.
Skeffington becomes Bromley’s third signing of the summer after Joe Partington and Corey Whitely signed for the Ravens this month.
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