Northern Ireland national team right-back Conor McLaughlin was born in Northern Ireland capital of Belfast and he started his professional football career at Preston North End in the English Championship. Conor McLaughlin began his career as a professional footballer at the start of 2010.
McLaughlin returned to Preston in the summer of 2011 and one year later, the right-back was placed on the transfer list in May 2012 thus prompting him to leave the club in the summer of 2012.
Conor McLaughlin signed for Fleetwood Town on July 20, 2012 shortly after he was placed on the transfer list at Preston North End. The right-back spent two years with Fleetwood Town before he was given a new three-year deal at the club until the summer of 2017. The new Fleetwood Town contract was signed in June 2014.
McLaughlin scored his first Fleetwood Town goal in the league six years ago.
Conor McLaughlin joined London club Millwallin July 2017 and he found the back of the net for the first time in the colours of Millwallduring the English Championship clash with fellow London club Queens Park Rangers (QPR) on September 12, 2007. He scored one of the goals in a 2-2 draw.
The Northern Ireland player left Millwall at the end of his contract with the club to join Sunderland on a free transfer two years ago. He was then released by the Black Cats at the expiration of his contract with the club. McLaughlin re-signed for Fleetwood at the start of this season and he has played eight times in all competitions.