Central defender Kevin Wimmer joined us from German side 1. FC Köln in May, 2015.
The 2016-17 campaign, his second at the club, saw him make his Champions League debut away at Monaco in one of 10 appearances he made in all competitions.
A left-sided centre-back, Kevin originally moved to Germany in 2012 from LASK Linz in his native Austria. He helped 1. FC Köln earn promotion to the Bundesliga in 2014 and was a standout performer in their first season back in the top flight. He made 72 appearances in total during his time there, scoring twice.
He made 21 appearances in his debut season for us, 2015-16, although he had to wait until January, 2016, for his Premier League debut which came away at Crystal Palace when Jan Vertonghen picked up an injury.
He slotted straight into the side in Vertonghen's absence, starting the following nine games, as we enjoyed solid run of results.
Capped at youth and Under-21 levels by Austria, Kevin earned his first senior cap against USA in November, 2013, and played the full game for his nation when they met Bosnia-Herzegovina in March, 2015.
His third cap arrived in March, 2016, in a 2-1 friendly victory over Albania, while his fourth appearance came at Euro 2016 when he came on as a substutute against eventual winners Portugal in the group stage.
He has since featured a handful of times in qualifying for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia, including a couple of appearances at left-back.
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