Official : Udinese Announce Capture Of Nigerian Striker From WatfordPublished: January 08, 2019
Through a press release published on their official website, Italian Serie A club Udinese have announced the capture of Italian-born Nigerian striker Stefano Okaka following a successful medical.
The 29-year-old joins Udinese on loan for the remainder of the 2018-2019 season and will be presented to the press tomorrow, Wednesday 9 January , at 1 pm , in the press room of the Dacia Arena.
''Okaka is physically strong, good at defending the ball and getting the team up. Stefano is strong in the aerial game inside the penalty area,'' said Daniele Pradè, techical director of the Bianconeri Friuliani.
Okaka is an old acquaintance of Italian football, as he had previous spells at Roma, Modena, Brescia, Bari, Parma, Spezia and Sampdoria.
In the last three and a half years of his career, he has played abroad at Anderlecht and Watford.
Stefano Okaka, who has a twin sister, links up with Nigeria international William Troost-Ekong at Udinese.
Photo Credit : udinese.it
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