Burnley have completed the signing of Manchester City goalkeeper Arijanet Muric for an undisclosed fee.

The towering goalkeeper has put pen to paper over a four-year contract at Turf Moor, becoming the club’s eighth signing of the summer.

Muric joined City from Grasshopper in 2015 and went on to have loan spells with Nottingham Forest and Girona among others.

He spent last season at Adana Demisrspor, making 31 appearances as the Turkish side finished ninth in the top-flight.

The 23-year-old also represented Montenegro at Under-21 level and has earned 27 caps for the Kosovo national team.

“I am very happy to be here, I can’t wait to meet my new teammates now and begin training,” he told the club’s website.

Manager Vincent Kompany added: "We're delighted to welcome Arijanet to the squad, he's a player who has made great progress over the last few years and we’re hoping he can continue that here at Burnley Football Club.

“He’s a tall and strong goalkeeper with lots of qualities, that will be a nice addition to our team of goalkeepers."

Muric arrives following the departures of Nick Pope and Wayne Hennessey to Newcastle and Nottingham Forest respectively.

Scott Twine, Taylor Harwood-Bellis, CJ Egan-Riley, Luke McNally, Samuel Bastien, Josh Cullen and Ian Maatsen have also joined the club this summer.

Kompany’s men kick off their Championship campaign with a trip to Huddersfield Town on Friday, July 29 (KO 8pm).

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