Forest Green Rovers striker, Kurtis Guthrie, has agreed a deal to join League 2 side, Colchester United.
The Us were relegated from League 1 at the end of last season.
Guthrie moves to the Essex club from Forest Green Rovers, who were beaten by Grimsby in the National League play-off final at Wembley in May.
The 23 year old spent two seasons with the Green Devils and made 43 league appearances for them last term, scoring 11 goals.
Jersey-born Guthrie earned his first professional contract in 2011 at League 2 club, Accrington Stanley, and went onto have spells with Bath City, Welling and Forest Green before securing his move back to the Football League with Colchester.
Lee Tomlin has signed a three-year contract to complete a switch from Premier League side AFC Bournemouth for an undisclosed fee.
He spent part of last season at Ashton Gate on loan - scoring six goals in 18 appearances
From the day the season finished I just wanted to come back.
I loved every minute of my loan spell at Bristol City; the people and the fans.
It was stressful at times this summer but I was just so desperate to come here. I can’t thank Steve Lansdown, Mark Ashton and the gaffer enough for making it happen.
It feels like a big weight off my shoulders now that it’s done. Hopefully I can start where I left off from last season.
Head coach Lee Johnson says the club is delighted to welcome Lee back to Ashton Gate.
I believe we’ve signed the most talented player at Championship level in terms of ability. He was fantastic for us last season and I believe his best football is ahead of him.
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