Cameron Jerome and Henri Lansbury have joined the Luton Town squad.
Cameron Jerome, an experienced forward, and Henri Lansbury, a former Arsenal midfielder, have joined Luton Town.
Jerome, 34, joins Kenilworth Road as a free agent after his MK Dons contract expired at the end of June.
Lansbury, 30, has agreed to terms to join the Hatters when his current contract with Bristol City expires on July 1.
After starting his career at Cardiff, Jerome went on to play for Birmingham, Stoke, Norwich, Derby, and Goztepe in Turkey, scoring 145 goals in over 500 games.
“We wanted to bring in another target man, one to compete with Elijah (Adebayo), but also to provide something a little bit different,” Hatters manager Nathan Jones stated on the Luton club website.
“We believe Cameron can do a little bit of everything, so it’s a natural fit.”
“We’ve looked at a lot of front men lately, and we think he’s the best about what he can give us.”
Lansbury progressed through Arsenal’s development system before loan spells with Norwich and West Ham, followed by a permanent move to Nottingham Forest and then Aston Villa, where he helped the club earn promotion to the Premier League.
“We thought that we required two things: true know-how at the level, and real top-end quality, which we believe Henri provides,” Jones added.
“He’s a superb midfielder who has had a fantastic career, has been promoted from the division multiple times, has played for some major clubs, and has a great pedigree.”