Johnson joins City

Johnson joins City

Manchester City have completed the last-minute transfer of Middlesbrough winger Adam Johnson.

The former England U-21 winger, who had been the subject of a previous bid from City, passed a medical this afternoon and has signed a contract until June 2014.

No fee has been announced but it has been reported Middlesbrough will get around £7m.

“We are delighted that Adam has chosen to come here,” City manager Roberto Mancini told the club’s website mcfc.co.uk.

“He is a very good player with fantastic potential, and as a club we are always keen to sign British talent.”

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