Nigeria striker Taiwo Awoniyi has reached an agreement with Nottingham Forest, MySportDab reports.
Taiwo Awoniyi’s release clause of €17 million has been triggered by the newly-promoted English Premier League side, which is set to announce him.
Union Berlin has benefited so much from the Super Eagle of Nigeria forward, who was once with Liverpool football club and will earn from the deal.
The forward was a key player for his German side who could finish the just concluded season in a good position for European football next campaign.
He has been long linked with moving away from Union Berlin, who has done so much to keep him, but the latest offer from Nottingham Forest was too good.
Taiwo Awoniyi will be returning to the English Premier League, where he has been unable to pin a starting place with Liverpool, who had to allow him to leave.
According to reports from Fabrizio Romano, the striker paperwork has been signed, with an official announcement coming soon.
Here Is What Was Said:
“Nottingham Forest has signed all the paperwork for Taiwo Awoniyi deal with Union Berlin.
“It’s done and sealed, agreement completed.
“£17m release clause triggered, and Liverpool will receive 10% of the transfer.
Liverpool will claim a percentage based on the clause placed on his contract when sold to Union Berlin.
Taiwo Awoniyi isn’t the only new player coming in; Manchester United goalkeeper Dean Henderson will also complete a move this summer.
He will be looking to finally make his English Premier League long-awaited debut, which has been delayed by Liverpool weren’t conceived enough.
Taiwo Awoniyi will make sure he proves he is worth so much and carry his goal-scoring form to England, which could help Nottingham Forest remain in the Premier League.