Football: Huddersfield make their 4th signing of the transfer window with Tom Ince deal

Huddersfield have made a raft of signings to boost their survival hopes next season, the latest buy being ex-Derby winger Tom Ince.
Huddersfield have made a raft of signings to boost their survival hopes next season, the latest buy being ex-Derby winger Tom Ince.PHOTO: AFP

London (AFP) - English winger Tom Ince, son of former England international midfielder Paul, has quit Derby and signed a three-year deal with Huddersfield, the newly-promoted Premier League club said on Tuesday.

Ince, 25, is Huddersfield's fourth summer signing and the third new player to arrive since they went up from the Championship for the first time.

The Terriers have set a new club record transfer fee twice already this summer following the arrival of Belgian striker Laurent Depoitre for a reported £3.5 million (S$6.2 million), and then an £8 million deal to secure a permanent move from Manchester City for Australian international midfielder Aaron Mooy, who was on-loan at Huddersfield last season.