Burnley have completed the signing of Nathan Redmon on a two-year contract with the option of a further 12 months.

The 29-year-old wideman arrives on a free transfer after his deal at Turkish club Besiktas expired over the summer.

Redmond has plenty of Premier League experience, having made 232 appearances during a six-year spell with the Saints.

He managed five goals and five assists in 26 games in Turkey last term, enjoying a strong finish to the campaign.

"I always had aspirations to play again in the Premier League. Burnley’s project matches with my ambitions,” he told the club website.

"The management team feel like they can enhance my game more and see the value I can bring on and off the field. It feels like a perfect match.”

Redmond becomes Burnley’s third signing in as many days after Zeki Amdouni and James Trafford arrived from Basel and Manchester City respectively.

The Clarets have also brought in Dara O’Shea and Lawrence Vigouroux from West Brom and Leyton Orient respectively this summer, as well as completing permanent deals for Jordan Beyer and Michael Obafemi.

“Nathan brings a wealth of experience from playing in the Premier League and more recently from his time in Turkey where he’s been outstanding,” Vincent Kompany added.

“We’re looking forward to playing a big part in his next chapter.

“He’s got a great work ethic, plenty of skill and a willingness to continue learning. He also brings his personality and character to this football club which will benefit the younger players here.”

The Clarets kick-off the new Premier League with a home fixture against treble winners Manchester City on Friday, August 11.

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