Ghana’s former Aston Villa forward, Albert Adomah, has signed a two-year deal with English Championship side, Nottingham Forest, ahead of the new season.
Adomah, who was released by Villa after his contract ended, will be competing in the Championship again with Forest after helping his former side secure qualification into the Premiership.
The 31-year-old will be hoping to help his new club secure promotion into the English top flight having suffered to return to the elite league in recent times.
The Ghanaian signing became the club’s sixth signing in the summer transfer window and his willing to settle into life as a Forest player.
Aston Villa released the Ghanaian following their promotion
Speaking after his unveiling, the former Bristol and Barnet striker noted that he cannot wait to represent his new club at The City Ground Stadium in front of the Reds’ faithfuls.
“I can’t wait to represent my new club in the Championship especially by playing in front of the home crowd at The City Ground,” he said.
Before signing for Forest, Adomah became Villa's top scorer in 2017-18 with 15 goals in all competitions and made 36 Championship appearances in the recent-ended season scoring four times.