Official : Omonia Nicosia Pick Up Ex-Flying Eagles Skipper Ajagun On LoanPublished: January 11, 2019
Through their official website, Cypriot First Division side AC Omonia Nicosia have announced the signing of former Nigeria U20 skipper Abdul Ajagun on loan.
The agreement between AC Omonia and Belgian club KV Kortrijk provides for cooperation until the end of the 2018-2019 campaign.
Ajagun was highly thought of when he initially joined KV Kortrijk but has dropped down the pecking order this term, playing only once in the last twelve matches in the Belgian First Division A.
The attacking midfielder was on the books of Panathinaikos for four years, with whom he won the Cup during the 2013-14 season and participated in the Europa League.
He enjoyed two loan spells at Roda JC and Levadiakos while at Panathinaikos before he was signed on a permanent basis by KV Kortrijk in July 2017.
Rasheed Alabi, Ganiu Ogungbe, Eze Vincent, Theophilus Solomon and Charles Okonkwo previously represented AC Omonia Nicosia.
Photo Credit : omonoiafc.com.cy
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