Sussex have made a huge coup by signing former England seamer Steven Finn on a multi-year all-format deal.

The 32-year-old will join the club from Middlesex at the conclusion of the current season.

Finn has plenty of experience having made 261 first-team appearances for Middlesex in county cricket after making his debut as a 16-year-old in 2005. During that time, he has taken nearly 600 wickets across all formats.

During his time at Middlesex, he was part of the side that won the 2016 County Championship, has regularly captained the Middlesex T20 team over the past two seasons and was their one-day skipper for the 2018 campaign.

He also made 126 appearances for England across all three formats, taking 256 wickets in the process.

Finn has featured in three Ashes winning teams, including the side that won in Australia 2010/11, was a mainstay of the England ODI side that topped the ICC ODI rankings in 2012 and played in both the 2012 World T20 and the 2015 World Cup. 

After joining Sussex Finn was delighted to make the move to Hove.

He said: “I am looking forward to the opportunity to play for Sussex from the 2022 season onwards.

"It is a club that I have always admired and found to be challenging opponents.

“The squad is full of exciting talent, and I can’t wait to work hard and help the team realise its full potential.”

Finn's signing comes a day after Sussex announced that Chris Jordan and Phil Salt would be leaving the club at the end of the current season.

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