Liverpool England, Glen Johnson signs two year deal contract– A two-year deal between ex-liverpool defender Glen Johnson and Stoke City.
Former Liverpool player Glen McLeod Cooper Johnson , 30-year-old, is an English footballer, who plays as a right back for Stoke City.
The City of Liverpool England is the only one in England to have staged top division football every single season since the formation of the Football League in 1888.
He will be joining Stoke City for an initial of two years. In advance of their pre-season tour, the player completed the signing of contract.
Stoke is taking part in a tournament at Singapore, however the deal yet to be cleared up Johnson he has to join.
According to Stoke’s manager, Mark Hughes, “Glen will be a fantastic addition to our squad.
He commanded a huge transfer fee when he left Portsmouth for Liverpool but dealt with the pressure that comes with that.
He’s a talented defender who also chips in with goals – as we discovered last season when he scored the winner against us at Anfield – and having spoken to him I know how much he’s looking forward to being a Stoke player.”
“He (Johnson) will be a fantastic addition. He’s a talented defender who also chips in with goals,” he added.
Since 2003, he capped 54 times by the national team and was selected in England’s squads for two World Cups and UEFA Euro 2012.
November 2014, Johnson scored the only goal for Liverpool in a 1-0 victory over Stoke City.
May 2015, Johnson announced that he would leave Liverpool at the end of the season and was released by the club on 10 June.
He made almost 400 club appearances following his Hammers debut in 2002 and represented West Ham United and Chelsea.
Johnson played a total of 36 league games with Liverpool, beating his previous record of 28.