Brighton introduced their second signing of the summer season as Joel Veltman joined from Ajax.
The Netherlands worldwide signed a three-year contract and arrived for an undisclosed payment.
Adam Lallana joined the Seagulls on a free switch on Monday after he left Liverpool on a free switch and the south coast membership proceed to get their enterprise completed early.
Veltman, 28, received three Eredivisie titles with Ajax and was additionally named within the league’s workforce of the yr thrice.
“We’re delighted to welcome Joel to the membership,” head coach Graham Potter stated.
“He has terrific expertise from his time with Ajax together with the Champions League and, after all, with the Dutch nationwide workforce.
“He’s a wonderful defender who can play at right-back and at centre-half, however he’s additionally comfy in possession.
“He’s actually wanting ahead to the problem of enjoying within the Premier League and we’re delighted he’s now a Brighton participant and we’re wanting ahead to working with him.”
Capped 22 instances by the Netherlands, Veltman was a part of the 2014 World Cup squad and in addition performed in Ajax’s Europa League last defeat to Manchester United in 2017.