Over 4 hours after the EFL switch window closed, Crystal Palace have introduced the signing of Jack Butland from Stoke.
The goalkeeper indicators a three-year take care of the Eagles, who’ve purchased 5 gamers within the switch window.
The 27-year-old renews his relationship with supervisor Roy Hodgson who handed him his England debut in 2012.
Butland has represented England on 9 events however has not featured within the Premier League since he was relegated with Stoke in 2018.
“I’m very completely happy that the membership has managed to amass the signature of Jack to hitch us and compete for a spot amongst our goalkeepers on the membership,” stated Hodgson.
“Jack is a participant that I labored with for 4 years at England. I’ve all the time believed in Jack’s potential.”
“I’m conscious that his final spell at Stoke hasn’t been the happiest one for him however I sincerely imagine that together with his qualities, coming to a brand new membership will allow him to resurrect his profession and present as soon as once more what an excellent goalkeeper he’s.”
Chatting with the Crystal Palace web site, Butland added: “I’m extraordinarily completely happy. It has been a loopy and anxious day however I’m glad to have gotten it over the road.
“Will probably be nice to see and work with Roy once more. He gave me a very powerful second in my profession and that’s one I’m eternally grateful for.”
Stoke have been doing their very own enterprise on deadline day with Southampton glovesman Angus Gunn becoming a member of Michael O’Neill’s aspect on a season-long mortgage.