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Taiwo Awoniyi joins Nottingham Forest in  £17m move

Premier league new comers Forest grabs Taiwo Awoniyi

 

Super Eagles ace Taiwo Awoniyi has joined Premier league new commers Nottingham Forest in a club-record transfer fee to Union Berlin. It would be Forest’s first signing since returning to the premier league.

The 24-year-old Awoniyi signed a five-year contract after Forest paid the Bundesliga club a fee reported to be around 17 million pounds.

Nottingham Forest have signed Nigeria forward Taiwo Awoniyi from Bundesliga side Union Berlin on a five-year contract, the newly-promoted Premier League club said today.

British media reported that Forest had paid Union a club-record fee of £17 million ($20.85 million) for the 24year-old international.

He becomes Forest’s first signing since they beat Huddersfield Town in the Championship playoff final last month to seal their return to the Premier League.

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“It’s alwaays been my dream to play in the Premier League and having spoken to (Forest manager) Steve Cooper about our ambitions and looking at Forest, with its great history, it’s a club that I want to be part of,” Awoniyi said.

He was a key figure for Union last season, scoring 20 goals in 43 appearances in all competitions as they finished fifth in Bundesliga and secured a spot in the Europa League.

Awoniyi was a Liverpool player from 2015-2021 but did not make a single first team appearance for the club, and was sent out on loan several times.

 

 

 

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