Burnley have signed Wales goalkeeper Wayne Hennessey on a two-year deal following his launch by Crystal Palace.
The membership maintain an choice to increase the 34-year-old’s contract for an extra yr.
Hennessey, Wales’ most-capped goalkeeper with 96 appearances, will present competitors for Burnley’s England worldwide Nick Pope.
“Popey’s an excellent lad nevertheless it’s competitors, which is wholesome,” Hennessey informed the membership’s web site.
“That is a part of the goalkeeping union. There’s at all times competitors. There’s at all times that one spot however we’ll be pals off the sphere.
“There is a incredible spirit right here and hopefully we’ll do very well this season.
“We have at all times identified what Burnley are like. An important ambiance. The lads are very good, at all times tight and have at all times performed very well collectively and with Sean Dyche, as effectively, have an incredible supervisor.
“They’re thrilling instances and I am excited to begin working with the lads.”
Hennessey, on the bench for all 4 of Wales’ Euro 2020 matches, has made a complete of 181 Premier League appearances for Wolves and Palace and has additionally had mortgage spells at Stockport and Yeovil.
He’s the Clarets’ second senior summer season signing after the arrival of defender Nathan Collins from Stoke for an undisclosed price.
Observe the summer season switch window with Sky Sports activities
You may comply with all the most recent switch information and rumours in our devoted Transfer Centre blog on Sky Sports activities’ digital platforms, in addition to holding monitor of all of the developments on Sky Sports activities Information.