The 24-year-old has signed a four-and-a-half-year deal at the Midlands club.
Brentford's Scott Hogan (left) is fouled for a penalty by Bristol City's Nathan Baker (right), during their Sky Bet Championship football match, at Griffin Park in London.
Hogan had been tipped for a Premier League move during the transfer window following his impressive 14 goals in 25 league games for the Bees.
West Ham United could be punished for failing to complete a deal for Scott Hogan earlier as West Brom and Crystal Palace have now entered the chase, The Daily Mirror reports- and they're not the only clubs for the Hammers to worry about.
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Three bids from the Premier League outfit have been rejected by Brentford, who are still holding out for around £15million.
However, for Villa to finish in the top six, one of the current promotion hopefuls will need to drop out and Garry Monk's side may be that team. They bought both Hogan and former striker Andre Gray for a combined total of £1.25m and have sold them for a combined £20m - very good business indeed.
For Brentford it becomes another sale for them that has lead to big profits.
Whether Hogan proves to be the missing part of the puzzle remains to be seen for Villa, but it certainly makes the Championship title race much more interesting.
Fancied contenders Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City all got away ties against sides from the Championship. Elsewhere in the draw, Oxford, who stunned Championship high-flyers Newcastle, will travel to Middlesbrough.
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