Burnley has given the young Danish goalkeeper Luke Jensen a permanent contract, which lasts until 2021, with the option of a further four years.

The 20-year-old dane signed a short contract with the club in the summer, and he now, after having tried himself in the club being rewarded for a series of impressive performances for the club’s Under 23 team, the writing club in a press release.

– It is great to sign my first permanent contract with the club, says Luke Jensen, to the club’s website and add:

– It has been a long journey, but now we are finally here, and it is the best feeling ever. It is a pleasure to have written under a contract with Burnley. It has been a big childhood dream of signing with a Premier League club, which now has come true, says Luke Jensen.

At Burnley is Nick Pope is currently the first choice between the bars, while Joe Hart is number two.

the Team hope that with his new contract has time to develop enough to take one of the seats, he says.

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