Burnley enjoyed a occupied working day at Turf Moor by finishing the signing of Sheffield United midfielder Sander Berge.
The Norway international, who was in the final 12 months of his deal at Bramall Lane, joins on a 4-calendar year deal for a claimed rate of £12million.
Earlier, the Clarets off-loaded striker Wout Weghorst on mortgage to Hoffenheim and tied down winger Manuel Benson to a new four-calendar year deal.
Berge, who designed 109 appearances and scored 15 targets for the Blades, has two decades of Premier League working experience less than his belt and bolsters Burnley’s midfield as they get ready to make their best-flight return right after a 1-time absence.
“I have listened to a good deal of superior points about the club and looking at the results from exterior last season, there is a fantastic venture building right here,” claimed Berge.
“It’s a excellent ecosystem complete of young gifted players from all about the world, so I just assume it’s the fantastic suit for me. The club has large ambitions, creating a number of signings and it all just suits into what I’m hunting for.”