Official : Ex-Chicago Fire DP Igboananike Joins Super Eagles Strikers Musa, Akpala In Saudi ArabiaPublished: January 10, 2019
Saudi Arabian Pro League side Al-Hazem have announced the signing of Nigerian attacker Kennedy Igboananike, subject to a traditional medical.
Igboananike's past club in Sweden, örebro SK, had wanted to extend his contract but his response was negative, meaning he is joining Al-Hazem as a free agent.
The 29-year-old will remain on the books of Al-Hazem until at least the end of the 2019-2020 season, having put pen to paper on a one-and-a-half year contract.
Igboananike lists Djurgården, Vasalund, Chicago Fire, D.C. United, Veria among his former clubs.
In the 2018 campaign, the Dynamos Football Academy product tallied nine goals in 24 matches in the Swedish Allsvenskan
Nigeria international strikers Ahmed Musa and Joseph Akpala are on the books of Al Nassr and Al Faisaly respectively.
Photo Credit : Al-Hazem
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