Roger Johnson finalises Wolves move
14th July 2011 - Alma Shera
Roger Johnson has now finalised a move that will see him play football games for Wolverhampton Wanderers.
The defender has been signed for an undisclosed fee from Birmingham City, with a four-year contract agreed for his services after he passed a medical on Monday.
Johnson had been a long-term target of Wolves and the club's chief executive officer Jez Moxey has spoken fondly of the new acquisition.
Speaking to the Wolves official website, Moxey said: "We are pleased to have signed what we believe to be an excellent player who represents good value for money for us."
Mr Moxey also commented that the club attempted to sign Johnson two years ago when he made the switch from Cardiff to Birmingham, and have tracked him since the move.
Johnson is Wolves' third signing of the summer, after they confirmed deals with Jamie O'Hara and Dorus De Vries.
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