Southampton have confirmed two more signings in the form of Costa Rican Goalkeeper Keylor Navas, and now ex-Feyenoord player Jordy Clasie.
The 26 year old goalkeeper did in fact reject Spanish outfit Real Madrid, and chose to join Southampton and join other goalkeepers Boruc, Gazzaniga, and Davis. Koeman has said he looks too offload a few of his goalkeepers, and instead look to younger shot stoppers in their youth ranks.
Navas has signed a one year deal with the club, earning him £45,000 p/w, Koeman told BBC Sport he is delighted to have a player like Navas in his ranks, and hopes he can bring great things to the club.
"Navas is a top goalkeeper, he isn't large and scary, in fact he is quite a slim player, but his reactions are fantastic, nothing will get past him, and I expect he will be a good challenge for the strikers in the Premier League."
Navas' £12,500,000 arrival signals the end of Boruc's time as first choice goalkeeper, Boruc is known for his eccentric decisions which have sometimes turned out costly. Koeman has in fact said he would prefer a keeper who did things by the book who in this instance is Navas.
Jordy Clasie likes to put his dribbling abilities on show
Koemans next big buy is in the form of Dutchman Jordy Clasie. Clasie is a favourite of Koemans after he played under him at Feyenoord, both Clasie and Koeman have said they are glad to be back on the same side, and look forward to working together again.
Clase is currently receiving treatment from a Sports Hernia, and will be out for approximately 4 weeks, which will mean Clasie will miss a large chunk of pre season, however, Koeman has told us he isn't worried about it all.
"He is injured yes, and will miss all but one of our friendlies, but I still do not regret the decision to buy him. He will be fully fit by the game against Rennais, and will play all 90 minutes, and will be introduced someway through the Sunderland match."
The Saints parted with £11,000,000 to bring in the services of the industrious midfielder, and he looks set to partner Morgan Schneiderlin for the upcoming season.