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David Vaughan has agreed a permanent move to Nottingham Forest

David Vaughan has officially agreed a two-year deal to keep him at Nottingham Forest permanently.

As predicted this week, the on-loan Sunderland man has agreed a switch to the City Ground in the summer.

Vaughan, 31, extended his loan stay at the club at the end of January, but had been frustrated by a knee injury that had seen him side-lined since.

But the Welsh international made a successful return to the action against Birmingham on Saturday, playing almost an hour of the 1-0 win before being substituted.

Forest are also considering whether to make a permanent move for Lee Peltier, who has made a big impact since joining the club on loan from Leeds.

Vaughan agrees two-year permanent deal

Vaughan agrees two-year permanent deal


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