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Adomah signs for Middlesbrough
ALBERT ADOMAH has completed his move to Middlesbrough from Bristol City.
The winger, 25, has joined from Ashton Gate for an undisclosed fee, with Boro beating off interest from Wigan Athletic to complete the deal.
Adomah, a Ghanaian international, has signed a three-year deal and will travel to The Valley for Boro's visit to Chalton Athletic.
Boro chief executive Neil Bausor said: "We're absolutely delighted to have completed the signing of such a talented player who we believe can really excite our fans.
"Albert is a Ghanaian international who has hopes of representing his country at next summer's World Cup finals.
"We hope playing for Middlesbrough can help him achieve that ambition and at the same time he can be an important player for us and help us achieve our ambitions as a club."
Boro boss Tony Mowbray told the club's website: "Albert is a creative wide player who can go up and down the right wing and cause teams problems with his speed and his trickery. He can create chances and he can also drop his shoulder and smash it in the net.
"He'll be a welcome addition for us. We're looking to strengthen other positions as well and we also need a player who can stick it in the net.
"He can add a little bit of excitement, thrust and forward speed to our team. Let's hope he can have a decent time with us."
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