Burnley have completed the signing of England Under-21 goalkeeper James Trafford from Manchester City.

Trafford arrives for a reported £19million and has put pen to paper over a four-year deal at Turf Moor. He becomes the third most expensive English goalkeeper ever behind Jordan Pickford and Aaron Ramsdale.

The 20-year-old made the headlines at the recent European Under-21 Championships, making a heroic double save at the death as England beat Spain in the final. Trafford went the whole tournament without conceding a goal.

He has spent the past 18 months on loan at League One Bolton, keeping 22 clean sheets in the league last term as Ian Evatt’s side finished fifth.

The goalkeeper also kept a clean sheet at Wembley as Bolton beat Plymouth 4-0 in the EFL Trophy final.

“I feel very happy to officially be a Burnley player,” he told the club website.

“I was excited for it to all get done whilst the Euros was going on. I knew a lot about it and I was waiting to get back to make it all official really.

“I want to improve and learn as much as I can here and as a team, I just want to take it a day at a time and try and achieve as much as we can going forward.”

Trafford becomes Burnley’s second signing in as many days after Switzerland international Zeki Amdouni arrived from basel.

"We’ve signed an extremely talented young man,” Vincent Kompany added. “More than just a talent he’s a great character.

"James is a very impressive, confident mature young man. Most people have seen what he’s achieved in his career so far and his level of talent.

"We’re looking forward to developing that even further. Making him even better. He’s done so much all ready and what excites us is how far he can go.”

Trafford could come up against his former club when Burnley welcome City to Turf Moor on Friday, August 11.