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Bristol City have completed the signing of Tottenham Hotspur wing-back Ryan Fredericks for an undisclosed fee.
The 22-year-old has penned a three-year deal contract, having successfully passed a medical at the club’s training ground today.
Manager Steve Cotterill said: “I’m delighted Ryan has decided to join us. There was certainly a fair bit of competition for his signature from a number of other Championship clubs.
“He’ll provide us with lots of pace in an area where we needed more competition; that wing-back role is a hard shift game after game over the course of the season.
“He’s had a good grounding at Tottenham and enjoyed a good spell on loan at Middlesbrough last season. I’m sure he will fit in with our existing group of players.”
Fredericks came through the ranks at White Hart Lane and ended up making four appearances for the first team, all in Europa League action.
A two-month loan spell at Brentford in 2012 gave the youngster his first taste of league football and two years later he experienced the Championship for the first time with Millwall.
Last season Fredericks spent the entire campaign at Middlesbrough, gaining valuable game time during the Riverside club’s promotion challenge.
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