Nottingham Backwoods has affirmed the marking of Super Falcons of Nigeria striker Taiwo Awoniyi for a club-record charge.
The Association Berlin forward is perceived to have finished a move in the district of £17.5million, beating the past record appearance set by Portuguese midfielder Joao Carvalho in 2018.
His previous club, Liverpool will get £1.75million from the arrangement because of a 10% sell-on provision haggled in his transition to Association Berlin in 2021.
Addressing the club site on Saturday, June 25, Awoniyi said: ‘I’m extremely eager to be here at Nottingham Woodland.
‘It’s forever been my fantasy to play in the Chief Association and having addressed Steve Cooper about our desires and taking a gander at Woods, with its extraordinary history, it’s a club that I need to be essential for.’
The previous Liverpool striker scored 15 objectives for Association Berlin in the Bundesliga last season prior to picking a transition to the Chief Association, regardless of interest from RB Leipzig.
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The 24-year-old joined Liverpool in 2015 and had credit spells at six unique clubs without making the forward leap at Anfield.
Awoniyi turns into Backwoods’ most memorable worldwide marking since their advancement to the Head Association last month, as the club hopes to sprinkle out in the mid year move window.