Brennan Johnson completes £47.5m Tottenham transfer and signs a six-year deal after leaving Nottingham Forest on Deadline Day
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The Wales international makes the move to London after Spurs agreed a £47.5million move with Forest for the 22-year-old.
Johnson was keen to seal his transfer to become Ange Postecoglou's latest recruit and travelled down to London on Friday afternoon to sign his contract.
Spurs previously had a £40m offer rejected by Forest, before their follow-up offer was later accepted with a sell-on fee also included.
The forward completed his medical late in the evening before signing a six-year deal until 2029.
Tottenham have completed the signing of Brennan Johnson from Nottingham Forest on transfer Deadline Day
Johnson has signed a long-term contract at Tottenham that keeps him at the club until 2029
Tottenham confirmed the player will wear the number 22 shirt and joins as Postecoglou looks to fill the goals void left by Harry Kane who joined Bayern Munich.
Forest had been holding out for an offer close to £50m for Johnson and accepted Tottenham's bid as they looked to cash-in on the attacker.
Johnson moved to Forest from Lincoln City two years ago and quickly rose through the ranks of Steve Cooper's side to become one of the club's most valuable assets.
He joins a Tottenham side flooded with attacking talent and could be used to challenge Brazilian striker Richarlison after his difficult start to the season.
Johnson scored 10 goals in eight competitions for Forest last season as they maintained their Premier League status by avoiding relegation.
Speaking after Tottenham confirmed Johnson's capture, Forest boss Steve Cooper said: 'Whilst we're obviously going to miss Brennan and the memories he's given so many of us when he's lit up The City Ground on the right wing, we're extremely proud of him and we're pleased that he's got this move as he enters the next stage in his career.
Ange Postecoglou (pictured) has brought Johnson to the club as his final signing of the transfer window
He joins a Tottenham side flooded with attacking talent and could be used to challenge Brazilian striker Richarlison
'Everyone knows how great he is on the pitch, but what many people don't see is the kind, humble and genuine young man he is off it.
'He was always learning, always showed great humility and had a superb nature in the way he interacted with his teammates and staff.
'All credit must go to his family especially his mum and dad, Alison and David, who should be so proud of the incredible young man they have raised.
'He will be missed by everyone, but he will always be a Red.'
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