Burnley have made their third signing of the summer, with the £10m signing of Swansea City midfielder Jack Cork.
The 28-year old returns to Turf Moor six years after last pulling on a Burnley shirt, having spent time on loan at the Lancashire club from Chelsea between 2010 and 2011. The fee, that could rise to £10m, is the third highest in Burnley's history - behind Robbie Brady and
The midfielder also acknowledged that it wasn't quite like returning home: “I’ve heard lots has changed, the whole set-up has changed and the playing staff is completely different to when I was here.
I like Jack Cork, but selling him for just £1m less than what we paid for Roque Mesa is outrageous business.— Ashley James (@JamesAshley_) July 10, 2017