Dutch footballer Wout Weghorst was greeted by Turf Moor in style, while Burnley took inspiration from the Hollywood blockbuster.
A little about Wout Weghorst
The Clarets completed the signing of Dutch international Wout Weghorst from Wolfsburg, the 29-year-old Dutch international was welcomed by Jurassic Park-inspired Turf Moore. Burnley invested £12 million ($16 million) in the outstanding Dutch international and signed him to a three and a half year contract. Wout Weghorst was acquired to bridge the gap created by the sale of Chris Wood’s to Newcastle with Co and Sean Dyche, hoping to see big money added terrorizing opposition defenses.
What was said about Wout Weghorst?
Burnley manager Sean Dyche told the club’s official website of Weghorst’s boarding that Wout Weghorst is a player their scouts have been strong on for some time and they feel he can add to everything they do at Burnley Football Club. According to Sean Dyche, his signing is a continuation of the development of the club and the team. they wish Weghorst well as he earns the right to push their group forward.
Burnley chairman Alan Pace added on the player who had batted 70 through 144 appearances at Wolfsburg that he would like to wish Wout a very warm welcome to Burnley Football Club. According to Alan Pace they are absolutely delighted to have brought a great talent with a fantastic goal-scoring pedigree in Germany. Alan Pace also said that he is looking forward to joining Sean Dyche and the team.
January is a pretty tough window, as they all know. However, Alan is happy that the hard work of everyone involved has paid off. Burnley, who sit at the bottom of the PL table and are four points away from safety, will be back in action on Saturday when they take on fellow wrestlers Watford in a crystal clash.