Brennan Price Johnson (born May 23, 2001) is a professional footballer who currently plays for Nottingham Forest in the Championship and the Wales national team. After entering the Nottingham Forest academy at the age of eight, Johnson made his professional debut at the age of eighteen, coming on as an 88th-minute replacement in a 2–1 loss to West Bromwich Albion on the season’s opening day.
Brennan Johnson Dad
Johnson is the son of David Johnson, who formerly played for Bury FC, Ipswich Town, and Nottingham Forest.
Amid Newcastle and Everton links, Brennan Johnson Dad out on Brennan Johnson’s Nottingham Forest Future. Brennan Johnson, a Nottingham Forest starlet, has once again been the subject of strong transfer rumours, but his Dad has acted quickly to reassure Reds fans about his son’s future.
On Saturday, the 20-year-old scored the game-winning goal in Forest’s 2-1 win over Hull City, which brought them closer to the play-off places. It was Johnson’s fifth goal of a brilliant season that could have been a lot different had Brentford not failed in their bid to capture the kid in the summer. As we approach January, though, the interest has heightened, with the Daily Mail stating this week that Newcastle, West Ham United, and Everton are all chasing Johnson, with Forest reportedly willing to sell if their £20 million valuation is satisfied.
Johnson comes from a football family, as his Dad, David, was a former Forest player who scored 46 league goals for the Tricky Trees between 2001 and 2006. And, as the gossip mill swirls, Johnson senior put an end to any speculation about his son’s future by giving a clear statement about the Wales international’s future.