Premier League: Burnley sign Boro striker Lukas Jutkiewicz

Lukas Jutkiewicz
Lukas Jutkiewicz started his career at Swindon, before making a big-money switch to Everton

Burnley have signed striker Lukas Jutkiewicz from Middlesbrough in a reported £1.5m deal.

The 25-year-old has signed a three-year-deal with Sean Dyche's Premier League newcomers.

Jutkiewicz was also wanted by Wigan, Derby and Bolton, where he spent a four-month loan spell last season.

He is Burnley's sixth signing of the summer after Steven Reid, Michael Kightly, Matt Gilks, Marvin Sordell and Matt Taylor.

He will link up with his new team-mate's at the club's pre-season training camp in Austria.

Just Jutkiewicz
Born: 20 March 1989, Southampton, England Playing position: Striker
Club career: Swindon Town(2006-07),Everton(2007-10),Plymouth Argyle(loan - 2008),Huddersfield Town(loan - 2009),Motherwell(loan - 2009-10),Coventry City(2010-12),Middlesbrough(2012),Bolton Wanderers(loan - 2014)
Did you know? Jutkiewicz could play internationally for England, where he was born, Poland or the Republic of Ireland, through his grandparents.

Jutkiewicz started his career at Swindon and joined Everton, aged 18, in a £1m switch in 2007.

He made only one appearance for the Toffees before moving to Coventry in 2010 for an undisclosed fee, then Boro two years later for £1.3m. He scored 11 goals in 64 appearances at the Riverside.

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