The Premier League newcomers have been working diligently in the late summer transfer market and have made yet another signing adding to their developing rundown of players
Huddersfield Town have at the end of the day broken their club record fee in the signing Steve Mounie from Montpellier, the club declared on Wednesday.
The club initially broke their record earlier in this transfer window with the £10 million signing of midfielder Aaron Mooy from Manchester City, while previous Derby County striker Tom Ince taken after for an undisclosed fee that eclipsed the total paid for the Australian.
Mounie, 22, has marked a four-year contract Huddersfield for a revealed fee of more than £11m only a day after they declared the signing of US international player Danny Williams on a free.
A Benin international, who remains at 6’3″, Mounie recorded a return of 14 strikes in 32 starts in his first full season in Ligue 1.
Terriers mentor David Wagner has been working diligently reinforcing his squad for the test of Premier League survival and has hailed his most recent signings physical characteristics in front of what is certain to be an extreme season for the top-flight newcomers.