Huddersfield Town have signed Oldham Athletic keeper Joel Coleman.

While the fee remains undisclosed, reports across the Pennines are suggesting a £100,000 deal for the 20-year-old prospect.

The Latics academy product stands 6ft 6in tall and comes with 45 first-team outings and 17 clean sheets under his belt and a bright reputation.

Bolton-born Coleman has signed a three-year contract, with Town having the option of a further 12 months.

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League I Oldham last month invoked a 12-month option on a deal signed back in 2014, providing an extra bargaining tool.

Former Middlesbrough stopper Luke Coddington, like Coleman aged 20, has also been signed to add to the development squad.

But Town head coach David Wagner, who used Aston Villa loanee Jed Steer in the season just finished and knows experienced Joe Murphy will be out until October after shoulder surgery, is still planning to bring in another keeper.

Town have been strongly linked with a loan move for Liverpool’s Danny Ward, currently at Euro 2016 with Wales.

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Coleman joined Oldham at 11, made his debut in March 2015 and is in line for a quick return to SportsDirect.com (Boundary) Park.

Town play a friendly there on Saturday, July 16 as they prepare for the new Championship campaign.