Republic of Ireland international duo Jonathan Walters and Cyrus Christie have sealed transfer moves ahead of the new season.
Burnley have reportedly paid Stoke City around €4 million for Walters who only had one year left on his contract with the Potters.
The 33-year-old from the Wirral has signed a two-year deal with the Clarets and leaves Stoke as their record goalscorer in the Premier League with 43 from a total of 69 in 269 appearances since 2010.
Walters joins fellow Irish internationals; Robbie Brady, Jeff Hendrick, Kevin Long and Stephen Ward at Turf Moor.
Meanwhile Derby County agreed a deal with Middlesbrough to sell Cyrus Christie who leaves the Rams after a 3-year spell in which he made 119 games.
The fee or the length of his contract is, as of yet, undisclosed and is part of the first pair of new signings made by new Boro boss Garry Monk who also brought in Norwich City midfielder Johnny Howson.
“Cyrus is a really good addition in area we are lacking," Monk told the official Middlesbrough website today.
"It’s for these guys to come in and to push as hard as the other players have been already to be prepared for the season ahead.”