Huddersfield sign Terence Kongolo in club record deal

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Huddersfield Town have made Terence Kongolo's loan move permanent in a club-record deal.

The Terriers have signed the Dutch defender from Monaco for an undisclosed fee that is said to exceed the 11.4m pounds they paid to bring Steve Mounie to England from Montpellier last summer.

Kongolo, who has spent the last six months at Huddersfield on loan, has signed a 4-year contract at the John Smith's Stadium.

"I'm so happy that we've brought Terence back as a permanent Huddersfield Town player ahead of the 2018-19 Premier League season. His signing is a big statement for this club," said Huddersfield boss David Wagner in a statement posted on the club's website.

"We knew he was a top, top player when we brought him in on loan in January; you don't play for the Netherlands in a World Cup and win the Dutch league with Feyenoord otherwise."

Kongolo made 17 appearances for the Terriers during his loan and was instrumental in their Premier League survival.

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