Burnley sign goalkeeper Adam Legzdins from Birmingham City
By Lyall Thomas
Last Updated: 08/08/17 5:03pm
Burnley have signed Birmingham City goalkeeper Adam Legzdins for an undisclosed fee.
The 30-year-old has agreed a three-year deal with the Clarets and becomes the club's fifth senior summer signing.
Burnley have been on the hunt for 'keeper competition for Tom Heaton after veteran Paul Robinson retired this summer, with Legzdins coming in to fill that void.
The 30-year-old is something of a Football League journeyman, having played for three clubs - Halifax, Macclesfield and Oldham - on loan while a trainee at St Andrews.
He then moved to Crewe Alexandra on a free transfer, spent time on loan at Weymouth, before joining Burton Albion also at the end of his contract.
He joined Derby in 2011 and made 35 Championship appearances before a 2014 move to Leyton Orient and then another switch to Birmingham in 2015.