Northampton Town have confirmed the signing of striker Danny Rose from Mansfield Town for an undisclosed fee.
The 26-year-old has signed a two year contract with an option for a third year at the PTS Academy Stadium, with his moved confirmed earlier today. (02/10).
Rose scored 44 times in all competitions in a four year spell with the Nottinghamshire club, including 38 league goals. He joined Mansfield from Bury in 2016, having previously moved to the North West club after 2 separate loan spells with the Shakers from his first and hometown club Barnsley.
Speaking to the official Northampton Town website, manager Keith Curle voiced his delight to get the move confirmed.
He said, “We are adding a player to the squad who has scored consistently throughout his career so far and someone who can play in a number of positions across the forward line.
“He has a good work ethic and I like his character. He is a player who used to annoy the life out of me when he played against me and my teams so I am delighted he will be in our dressing room now! He is the sort of character you love to have on your side.
“Danny is a player who I think will build up a real rapport with the fans here as I know he did with the supporters at Mansfield.
“He is a striker at an excellent age with some good experience and that is a good fit for our squad.