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Profile of the Dutch footballer Jeremain Lens, who currently plays as a midfielder at Sunderland. The 27-year old player Lens joined Sunderland from Dynamo Kiev and wears the number 17 shirt.

Jeremain Lens
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        (Squad number 17)

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Jeremain Lens Career
2007–2008NEC (loan)31(9)
2013–2015Dynamo Kyiv49(10)

2006Netherlands U192(1)
2006–2007Netherlands U204(0)
2007–2008Netherlands U215(0)

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Jeremain Lens : Sunderland News
“And we start with one Italian incoming and one Italian outgoing at Sunderland. The Black Cats confirmed their purchase of Liverpool forward Fabio Borini on a four-year deal for around £8m (plus £2m in add-ons).”
 The Chronicle Yesterday
“The 22-year-old is currently on international duty with the United States but will link up with Sunderland next week after agreeing to a season-long loan.”
 Daily Star Yesterday
“Sunderland ended the 2015 summer transfer window by completing the signing of Tottenham Hotspur right-back DeAndre Yedlin on a season-long loan.”
 The Chronicle 2 days ago
“Photograph: Srdjan Suki/EPA DeAndre Yedlin has become Sunderland’s eighth summer signing after completing a season-long loan move from Tottenham Hotspur.”
 The Guardian 2 days ago
“The 22-year-old USA international joins Fabio Borini, Jeremain Lens, Yann M’Vila "I’ve heard fantastic things about Sunderland and the supporters from [fellow US internationals] Claudio Reyna and Jozy Altidore.”
 Mirror 2 days ago
“The 22-year-old United States full-back has followed Fabio Borini, Jeremain Lens, Yann M'Vila, Ola Toivonen for a club with such great history I've heard fantastic things about Sunderland and the supporters from Claudio Reyna and Jozy Altidore Claudio”
 Footy Mad 2 days ago
“Now, before I talk about Sunderland, I’m going to have to contradict something I said last year in this column and it’s about Fabio Borini – in fact, it’s a complete U-turn.”
 The Chronicle 3 days ago
“Sinclair then gave them the lead with his fifth goal in a week before Jeremain Lens scored his first goal for Sunderland to grab a point. Lens said: "We started well, but we made some mistakes and that was the reason we conceded two goals.”
 The Daily Express 3 days ago
“Borini joins Jeremain Lens, Yann M'Vila and loan signing Ola Toivonen on the The former Chelsea, Parma and Roma frontman established himself in the affections of the Sunderland fans and scored the goal which stunned Manchester City at Wembley before”
 Wiltshire Business 3 days ago
“Borini joins fellow close-season recruits Jeremain Lens, Younès Kaboul, Adam Matthews, Yann M’Vila and Ola Toivonen in a squad being rebuilt by Lee Congerton, Sunderland’s sporting director.”
 The Guardian 3 days ago
Jeremain Lens Career Honours
  • AZ Alkmaar: Eredivisie: 2008–09
  • AZ Alkmaar: Johan Cruijff Shield: 2009
  • PSV: KNVB Cup: 2011–12
  • PSV: Johan Cruijff Shield: 2012
  • Dynamo Kyiv: Ukrainian Premier League: 2014–15
  • Dynamo Kyiv: Ukrainian Cup: 2013–14, 2014–15
  • Netherlands: FIFA World Cup Third Place: 2014

    Source: wikipedia.org

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