Ghana winger Albert Adomah has opted for a move down to the English Championship from Premier League side Middlesbrough.
The 28-year-old has completed a deadline day deal with Aston Villa for an undisclosed fee, club owner Dr. Tony Xia announced Wednesday.
The link with the winger emerged over the weekend and the club have now confirmed that he has signed for them.
Adomah was reported to have initially rejected an offer from the Birmingham-based side before a
He starred for Boro during their Championship promotion campaign and fits the bill for the type of player Villa have been targeted this summer.
The winger will provide competition for Leandro Bacuna and Jack Grealish, while his arrival will undoubtedly raise suspicions over where Jordan Ayew will end the day with Hull City interested in the forward.
Adomah and Ayew play together for Ghana and Robert Di Matteo will be hoping that they can avoid the latter’s sale and strike up a partnership between the two.