Adam Johnson was born on July 14, 1987, at Sunderland, this big man at Middlesbrough’s junior academy. He made his senior debut at the age of 17, precisely on May 17, 2005. At that time he played against Sporting Lisbon in the UEFA Cup, his premier league debut came six months later when he was able to bring Boro to beat Arsenal with a score of 2-1.
The first goal he created on May 3 in 2006 against Bolton, his record when playing for The Boro was 96 appearances and scored a total of 13 goals. There was also the backbone of the success of the England Under-19 national team he had scored 4 goals for the young Three Lions, he was also part of the team when competing at the Euro U-19 in Sweden.
On the 1st of February 2010, he officially became a Manchester City player, bought from Middlesbrough at a price of 7 Million Euros right at the close of winter transfer windows that year. Because he always gets the position of the bench, then Adam left Mancini’s upbringing club. There are three clubs that want to attract him into players, such as Liverpool, Everton and Sunderland. Of the three clubs competing for Adam, Sunderland won.
Sunderland won Adam Johnson for 10 million pounds. Adam’s presence makes Sunderland will be more competitive in the Premier League. Wearing a new club costume does not mean he forgets his native club, City. He is ready to fight his former club mates first.
Adam said, in his career, he never returned to the old club. Despite having had a pleasant time there, winning the Premier League and FA Cup, he has always seen a big role during his career.
1995–1997 Newcastle United
2006 Leeds United (loan)
2007 Watford (loan)
2010–2012 Manchester City
Full Name: Adam Johnson
Place of Birth: Sunderland, England
Date of Birth: Tuesday, July 14, 1987