The striker joins the club for an undisclosed fee on a two and a half year deal, subject to Scottish FA clearance, keeping him at The Falkirk Stadium until June 2025.
He came through the youth ranks at Airdrieonians before making his senior debut at age 14, becoming the youngest player ever to represent a Scottish Football League side at the time.
The 24-year-old was signed by Wolverhampton Wanderers at age 15 where he spent a season before returning North of the border where he had stints with Cowdenbeath and Forfar. He then returned to Airdrieonians where he made 26 appearances in the 2021/22 season. Last Summer Jordan made the switch from Airdrie to Clyde, where he has scored 10 goals in 17 appearances in the league this season, notably scoring twice against The Bairns in November in a six goal thriller.
Falkirk Manager John McGlynn said:
“We’re delighted to bring Jordan to Falkirk. We’ve been searching all over for a striker and we managed to do a deal with Clyde. Jordan has a track record of scoring goals and has done extremely well at Clyde scoring 10 goals and getting three assists in the league this season. If he can do the same here in the second half of the season then we’ll certainly be up there pushing.
“He’s a good striker, he knows the runs to make, he knows where the ball is going to land and he’s got that knack of knowing exactly where to be. This gives us a massive boost going forward especially along with the other signings that we’ve made and we’re looking forward to working with Jordan.
“I’d like to thank Jim Duffy at Clyde for all his help along the way, he was very good to deal with.”
To sponsor Jordan, or any other member of our squad, please contact Graham Carbis at email@example.com
Jordan will wear number nine.
Welcome to Falkirk, Jordan!