Everton have ​completed the signing of Burnley defender Michael Keane, for a fee which the Toffees have confirmed could rise to a club-record £30m.

Keane has joined for an initial £25m and travelled to Merseyside earlier on Monday to finalise the move. He completed his medical in a facility in Newton-le-Willows before heading to Finch Farm to complete the remaining formalities.

With the add-ons, the fee could rise to £30m - with the defender signing a five-year deal which is set to see his wages rise from £30,000 to £90,000-a-week. The England defender, called by up Gareth Southgate against Germany in March, is determined to win a place at the World Cup next summer, and told the club's website upon completion of the move: 

“I’m absolutely delighted to be at Everton, a fantastic football club with passionate fans and a great tradition and I can’t wait to come into training tomorrow to meet all the lads.

“First and foremost, the manager was a big factor in me coming to the club. He played in my position when he was a world-class player for a great Barcelona side and a great Dutch side and the style of football he likes to play will suit me, I believe. 

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“I watched a lot of Everton last season and I believe I really suit how the team likes to play. I feel like this is a great place to come and continue my development as a player. He’s convinced me that he can still improve me in certain areas of my game. I’m only 24 which, for a centre-half in the Premier League, is relatively young. I’ve still got a long way to go and I know this and hopefully under his guidance I’ll keep improving. 

“You always want to play for a manager who believes in you. I wanted to come somewhere I was wanted by the staff, players and fans as well. I feel like Everton is the perfect match. 

“I’ve also got to say thanks to the Chairman Bill Kenwright - he’s been absolutely fantastic getting the deal through. I also spoke with Steve Walsh, who I knew from my time at Leicester four or five years ago, and they really convinced me that this was the place to come and that Everton is the perfect club for me.”

The 24-year-old had been a target for Manchester United but after landing their main priority Victor Lindelof, who completed a £30m from Benfica last month their interest faded. The England player adds to the strong spine that Koeman is intent on building for his Everton side, and is their second signing of the day following the capture of Sandro Ramirez.