Wycombe Wanderers have confirmed that Fred Onyedinma has left the club to join Luton Town for an undisclosed fee. 

The 24-year-old Nigerian winger joins the Hatters following the Chairboys' relegation from the Championship this season.

Overall, Onyedinma played 114 games and scored 23 goals for the club across three separate spells for Wanderers.

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He becomes the sixth player to leave the club so far this summer, following the departures of Ryan Allsop, Cameron Yates, Giles Phillips, Darius Charles and Andronicos Georgiou, who have all been released.

Onyedinma has officially joined Luton

However, the fan favourite is the first player to be sold during the offseason.

Onyedinma, who has represented Wanderers in League Two, One and the Championship, was one of Wycombe's best players last season, with his blistering runs and match-winning goals against Reading and Blackburn Rovers.

And even though he had to wait until January to register his first goal of the season, his positive displays earned him many plaudits with Luton trying to sign the winger that month. 

He scored five goals last campaign, with four of those goals coming in wins.

The only time a strike of his was in a game that Wanderers didn't win, was in the 4-1 home loss to Tottenham Hotspur in the FA Cup.

In that match, Onyedinma's goal gave the Chairboys a shock lead, before they lost 4-1 at Adams Park.

Following his departure, Wanderers said: "The club thanks Fred for his efforts during his time at the club."

Bucks Free Press: Fred Onyedinma missed three matches for Wycombe last season (PA)Fred Onyedinma missed three matches for Wycombe last season (PA)

Luton manager Nathan Jones, said: “We’ve tracked Fred for a while as we’ve come up against him regularly in recent years, and he’s always impressed.

“We tried to get him in January and we’ve had to be patient, but we are delighted to bring him in now.

“He’s still young for someone with so much experience, very athletic and he gives us real attacking options.

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“We are looking forward to working with Fred and I’d like to personally thank all of the season ticket holders who have contributed towards his transfer with your donations.

Bucks Free Press: He made his Championship debut for Wycombe against Rotherham United in September (PA)He made his Championship debut for Wycombe against Rotherham United in September (PA)

“As with everyone we sign, Fred is someone who we feel can improve us, and one who is hungry to develop in our environment and move forward with us.”

The move was funded by the ‘Transfer Club’ fund by Luton supporters who have paid the full amount for their 2021/22 season ticket, by donating the equivalent of the 40 per cent credit they were entitled to.

Luton have never lost to Wycombe at Adams Park in their history, with the Hatters playing at the ground 15 times, winning seven times and drawing eight.

Their last meeting was on April 10 this year, with Luton defeating Wycombe 3-1 at Adams Park.

Anis Mehemti gave Wanderers the lead with a penalty before Josh Knight was sent-off just before the hour mark.

This changed the game as goals from George Moncur, Kazenga Lua Lua and Elijah Adebayo in the final 10 minutes gave Luton all three points.