Official: Huddersfield Break Transfer Record For Third Time In Five Days To Sign Steve Mounie From Montpellier (Photo)

Chris Wright

5th, July 2017



By ‘eck, Huddersfield Town are going for it in terms of fleshing out their squad for their first ever tilt at a Premier League season.

The Terriers have broken their transfer record for the third time in five days to sign Steve Mounie from Montpellier for a fee reported to be in the £12million area.

The Benin striker, who scored 14 goals in 32 appearances in Ligue 1 last season, has agreed a four-year contract.

So that’s three transfer records broken, £31million spent and Aaron Mooy, Tom Ince and Steve Mounie (who we can’t pretend to have ever heard of before) to show for it.

Gulp. Doesn’t look overly hot once written down, does it?

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  1. Sush says:

    Do clubs get the TV money straight after promotion? If so, I would say they are spending it fairly reasonably.

  2. Olivier says:

    From what I’ve seen of him this season (probably 5-ish full games), this guy is a slightly faster, but slightly worse version of Giroud

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