Eintracht Frankfurt have signed Netherlands defender Jetro Willemson a four-year deal from PSV Eindhoven.
The 23-year-old left-back has moved to the Bundesliga for an undisclosed fee.
The Eagles announced on Friday that Willems has put pen to paper on a four-year contract. Sporting director Fredi Bobic said the club were “very happy” to get the deal over the line after a slight delay following the 23-year-old’s medical.
“What’s important is that Jetro is now with us,” Bobic said.
“He’s a young and very ambitious player who will strengthen our team.”
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“I really wanted to move to a club that offered me a good outlook and where I could play regularly,” Jetro Willems told the Eagles’ website.
“I had very good discussions with the club management and the head coach so I’m convinced that I can take the next step in my career with Eintracht Frankfurt.”
Willems, who won the Eredivisie twice during his eight-year stay at Eindhoven, registered 12 goals and 34 assists in all competitions for the Dutch club