The former All-Ireland winner is expected to travel to London for work
Former Tyrone footballer Owen Mulligan is set to link up with a London-based GAA club in the coming weeks, according to Team Talk Mag.
Mulligan, a three-time All-Ireland winner with his county, is reported to be moving over to England for work, where he is expected to join the Fulham Irish club.
The Cookstown man will be a welcomed addition to the Fulham Irish attack, as they go in pursuit of their first London SFC title since 2011.
Mulligan will be following in the steps of his former Tyrone teammate Peter Canavan at the Fulham club. In 2015, Canavan joined the Fulham Irish management team along with Jenny Coady, who previously worked with the Dublin senior hurling team as their performance analyst.
In addition to the All-Ireland honours he achieved with Tyrone, Mulligan also claimed two All Ireland Intermediate club titles with his home club Cookstown Fr Rocks GFC.