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ENGLAND/ OFFICIAL, Rosenberg seals Albion move

07.08.2012 13.30 by TM W  read 1105
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Albion have won the race to sign Sweden international Markus Rosenberg.

The 29-year-old striker, who boasts an impressive goalscoring record in Germany, Spain and Holland, has penned a three-year deal after passing a Hawthorns medical. He will wear the No.8 shirt.

The deal for Rosenberg, who was out of contract after leaving Werder Bremen in May, remains subject to international clearance.

The former Ajax forward again hit double figures in the Bundesliga last season and was being tracked by clubs across Europe and in China.

Rosenberg, who has also found the net in the Champions League, UEFA Cup and Europa League, becomes Albion’s fourth summer signing, following Ben Foster, Yassine El Ghannasy and Claudio Yacob through the door.

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