Beyer signs four year deal with the Clarets
Jordan Beyer missed the final three games of the season because of a foot injury but any fears it would be the last we saw of him were ended today when he completed a permanent move from Borussia Mönchengladbach after Burnley activated the option to buy.
Speaking after signing a four-year deal, the German under-21 international told the club: “Lifting the trophy on Monday, winning the league and now set to become a Claret on a permanent deal. I’ve enjoyed being here since the moment I stepped into the building. It feels like home to me. I love playing at Turf Moor and celebrating with the fans and hopefully there is more to come.
Beyer arrived at Burnley on a season long loan from the Bundesliga club and made his debut for the Clarets as a substitute in the 1-1 draw against Preston twelve days later, coming on for the injured Charlie Taylor.
He established himself in the team very quickly and built up a terrific partnership with fellow loanee Taylor Harwood-Bellis until the latter was injured in January. He’s since played alongside Taylor, Hjalmar Ekdal, Ameen Al-Dakhil and Harwood-Bellis since he returned from injury.
Unfortunately, that foot injury kept him out for those last three games, including the title clincher against Blackburn, but today, two days after the final game of the season, comes the brilliant news that he’s pledged his future to the Clarets.Follow UpTheClarets:
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