Burnley have secured deals for three young players from non-league clubs.
Burnley have completed the signings of three youngsters following successful trials.
Defender Lewis King and striker Craig Ellison, who are both aged 17, have joined Burnley from non-league side Spennymoor Town, as reported by the club's official website.
Meanwhile, Burnley have also secured a deal for Jordan Barnett, 18, who can operate as a left-back or a left-winger and previously played for Penistone Church in the Northern Counties East League.
All three players have already been playing for Burnley at youth level, with their signings having now been ratified by the Premier League. They have all been given professional contracts as they aim to succeed at the Lancashire club.
Burnley will hope that all three players will be able to develop significantly now that they are training with the club on a full-time basis and the ultimate aim will be for at least one of them to challenge for a place in the first-team squad in due course.
Meanwhile, one Burnley youngster has left the club, albeit on a temporary basis, with goalkeeper Marcel Wusiewicz having joined Nelson of the North West Counties League first division on a work experience loan deal.