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Aaron Mooy completes Huddersfield Town switch to become Australia's most expensive footballer - ABC Online

Socceroos star Aaron Mooy has completed a permanent move to Premier League newcomers Huddersfield Town. The former Western Sydney and Melbourne City schemer spent last season on loan with the Terriers after signing for Manchester City last July ...and more »

New name in the frame as Huddersfield Town's summer transfer business hots up - Huddersfield Examiner

Huddersfield Town owner Dean Hoyle and boss David Wagner have promised there is more to come in the transfer market this summer for the club. Less than a few hours after smashing their club record fee for the services of Aaron Mooy, the duo spoke to ...and more »

Huddersfield Town wont sack David Wagner even if Terriers' long-awaited top-flight return turns into nightmare - Daily Mail

Huddersfield Town owner Dean Hoyle has insisted he won't sack David Wagner even if the club's Premier League dream turns sour. Wagner signed an improved two-year contract on Friday as reward for guiding Huddersfield to the top flight for the first time ...and more »

Derby County's Tom Ince 'could undergo Huddersfield Town medical early next week' - Derby Telegraph

Derby County's Tom Ince could undergo his Huddersfield Town medical early next week, according to reports. Sky Sports say that the newly-promoted Terriers and Derby are still negotiating the structure of the deal which would take the winger to the John ...and more »

Dean Hoyle: There is no doubt David Wagner is the right man for Huddersfield Town - Huddersfield Examiner

Since joining the club from Borussia Dortmund II in November 2015, the duo have completely revolutionised the entire fabric of the club, culminating in a SkyBet Championship Play-Off final win over Reading FC to ensure a place in the top-flight for the ...and more »

David Wagner told his Huddersfield job is safe - even if Terriers are relegated - Mirror.co.uk

David Wagner Wagner has been told he will not be sacked if Huddersfield are relegated next season. Wagner today signed his new two-year deal at Huddersfield and chairman and owner Dean Hoyle says he will stand by the German coach even if they finish ...and more »

Huddersfield break their transfer record to sign £10m Aaron Mooy from Manchester City on three-year deal - Daily Mail

Premier League new-boys Huddersfield have completed the permanent transfer of Aaron Mooy from Manchester City for a club record fee. The 26-year-old midfielder made 51 appearances for the Terriers during a season-long loan last season and was a key ...and more »

REVEALED: How Huddersfield Town's finances compare to the rest of the Championship - Huddersfield Examiner

SkyBet Championship sides had an average loss of £9.8m during the 2015/16 campaign – but Huddersfield Town's was one of the lowest in the division. The figures, compiled by Insider from the latest accounts filed at Companies House, found the league's ...and more »

Aaron Mooy joins Huddersfield from Manchester City for initial £8m - SkySports

Huddersfield Town have completed the permanent signing of Aaron Mooy from Manchester City on an £8m deal which could rise to £10m. Town have paid a guaranteed record fee of £8m to Manchester City for the Australian international, with additional ...and more »

David Wagner sticks with Huddersfield Town for Premier League adventure - The Guardian

David Wagner with the trophy after Huddersfield beat Reading in the Championship play-off final. Photograph: Nick Potts/PA. Huddersfield. David Wagner sticks with Huddersfield Town for Premier League adventure. The Huddersfield manager admits to ...and more »