World in Motion’s England international goalkeeper Tom Heaton has opted to commit to Burnley FC by signing a new three year contract with the Clarets. The former Manchester United stopper is hoping to spearhead an immediate return to the FAPL for the Lancashire club.
Talented young goalkeeper Brad House has today signed for West Bromwich Albion. The 16-year-old World in Motion client – who represented Arsenal in last season’s UEFA Youth League – will report for pre-season training at WBA HQ next week. Best of luck, Brad!
World in Motion are delighted to have concluded the transfer of forward Jeremy Bokila from Russian Premier League side Terek Grozny to Chinese Superleague outfit Guangzhou R and F for a transfer fee of €2.2 million. Bokila signs a two-and-a-half year contract
Scotland U21 international and World in Motion client Tom Cairney has signed for Fulham FC for an undisclosed fee. Cairney, 24, has signed a four-year deal.
“For most of my life, Fulham have been a Premier League club and have only been out of it for a year,” said Cairney.
“Every player wants to play in the Premier League and if I can do that with Fulham that would be fantastic.”
Everybody at World in Motion would like to wish Tom the best of luck.
Japan international Ryo Miyachi has completed his transfer from Arsenal to St. Pauli.
The 22-year-old winger has agreed a three-year contract and will aim to boost the Hamburg club’s bid for promotion during the coming 2. Bundesliga season.
18-year-old centre back Jamal Howlett-Mundle has moved from Crystal Palace to Scottish Championship winners Hearts. Howlett-Mundle – who spent 9 years with The Eagles – said of the move: “It’s been a long time coming and I couldn’t wait to get here and get started. It should be a great experience and a great journey.
“I was here two months ago for a week and I had a great time,” the defender added. “Everyone welcomed me really well. My family has come up with me now that everything is signed and sealed. I just can’t wait to get started.
“I know that’s there’s been a lot of young players coming through the academy, and elsewhere, and Robbie [Neilson] and Stevie [Crawford] have given them the chance and Jack’s helped them to continue their development into the first team. That’s the main reason I’m here, to continue my development and work with Hearts’ first team.”
We wish Jamal all the best with the challenges that lie ahead!
World in Motion have successfully brokered the transfer of Peter Gulacsci from Red Bull Salzburg to RB Leipzig. The Hungarian international has agreed a 5-year contract with the 2. Bundesliga club.
World in Motion client Tomasz Cywka signs for Polish giants Wisla Krakow on a 3-year contract.
Tomasz joins the 14-time Polish champions from Blackpool FC.
Aden Flint celebrates promotion to Championship with new Bristol City contract
Defender Aden Flint has signed a two-year contract extension at Bristol City as the club gear up for life in the Sky Bet Championship.
The imposing centre-back, who scored 15 goals this season, already had two years left on his existing deal, meaning he will now stay at Ashton Gate until 2019.
“I’m delighted to sign an extension,” said Flint, who joined the Robins from Swindon for an undisclosed fee in 2013. “I’m tied down until 2019 and looking forward to the years ahead as a Bristol City player.