Sport Burnley add to Irish contingent with Walters signing

20:35  07 july  2017
20:35  07 july  2017 Source:   goal.com

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Burnley have signed Jonathan Walters from Stoke City in a deal worth up to £3million, the forward becoming the club's fifth Republic of Ireland international. Walters joins fellow Ireland players Jeff Hendrick, Stephen Ward, Robbie Brady and Kevin Long at Turf Moor after signing a

Burnley have signed Jonathan Walters from Stoke City in a deal worth up to £3million, the forward becoming the club's fifth Republic of Ireland international. Walters joins fellow Ireland players Jeff Hendrick, Stephen Ward, Robbie Brady and Kevin Long at Turf Moor after signing a

Jonathan Walters: Ireland international Jonathan Walters © Provided by Goal Ireland international Jonathan Walters

Burnley have signed Jonathan Walters from Stoke City in a deal worth up to £3million, the forward becoming the club's fifth Republic of Ireland international.

Walters joins fellow Ireland players Jeff Hendrick, Stephen Ward, Robbie Brady and Kevin Long at Turf Moor after signing a two-year contract on Friday.

The 33-year-old, who has 49 caps for Ireland, scored 62 goals in 271 appearances in all competitions for Stoke during his seven years with the Potters.

Walters is Burnley's second signing ahead of the new Premier League season, joining Charlie Taylor at the club after the left-back agreed a move from Leeds United.

The deals come after Burnley sold Michael Keane to Everton this week in a deal that could rise in value to £30m.

Palace eye move for West Ham shot stopper .
Frank de Boer could make West Ham’s Adrian his second summer signing as Crystal Palace manager, according to Daily Mail. The report suggests that Adrian would be interested in a move to Selhurst Park, with the player open to the idea of working under de Boer. Joe Hart is closing in on a move to the London Stadium on a season-long loan with an option to buy, meaning that Adrian is likely to find game time hard to come by next season. West Ham have beaten off interest from Newcastle to secure the signing of the England international. Palace themselves have recently sold Steve Mandanda back to Marseille after the Frenchman endured a difficult first season in English football. The Spaniard will be hoping for a better campaign in the upcoming season. Adrian was forced to sit and watch from the sidelines after losing his place to Darren Randolph last season. In total, he made just 16 Premier League appearances for the Hammers last season.

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