Nwakali Credits Man City For Aiding His Development As Kalmar Sign Midfielder On 4-Year DealPublished: January 22, 2019
Swedish Allsvenskan side Kalmar FF have confirmed the signing of former Nigeria U20 international Chidiebere Nwakali on a four-year deal until the end of the 2022 season.
The ex-Manchester City youth-teamer is joining Kalmar on a free transfer after mutually terminating his contract with Rakow Czestochowa in November 2018.
Commenting on the deal, Nwakali told Kalmar's official website : ''I was recruited to Manchester City when I was 18 years old. They have been a fantastic club that meant a lot to my development.
''I had a good time there and am extremely grateful for everything they helped me with over the years.
''Meanwhile, there have been many loans where I played for Malaga, Girona, Start, Sogndal and Aberdeen.
''Of the clubs, the time in the Norwegian league was best for me personally where I played all the matches and performed good football.''
Nwakali links up with Nigeria internationals Gbenga Arokoyo and Chima Akas at Kalmar FF.
Photo Credit : kalmarff.se
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