Official : Ramon Azeez Completes Deadline Day Transfer To GranadaPublished: February 01, 2019
Former Flying Eagles skipper Ramon Azeez completed a permanent transfer to Spanish second-tier club Granada on deadline day, ending a two-year association with CD Lugo in the process.
Granada informed on their official website on Thursday night that Azeez will be a red-and-white player for the remainder of the 2018-2019 campaign and three more seasons.
He has been described as a skillful footballer in the reading of the game and is a midfielder with great capacity for defensive work and physical deployment.
Azeez departs CD Lugo with 54 appearances under his belt across all competitions, scoring two goals.
The 26-year-old, who featured for the Super Eagles at the 2014 World Cup, began his professional career in Spain with Almeria.
Nigeria internationals Odion Ighalo, Isaac Success and Uche Agbo previously turned out for Granada.
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