Moses Ogbu Pens One-Year Deal With Saudi Arabian Club Al-Ain FCPublished: February 03, 2019
Nigerian striker Moses Ogbu has ended speculation about his future by signing a contract with Saudi Arabian Prince Mohammad bin Salman League side Al-Ain FC.
The 27-year-old had been falsely linked with a deadline day move to EFL League Two side Grimsby Town but this website understands that he was in advanced talks with Al-Ain when the rumors surfaced last week.
''Moses Ogbu has signed for Saudi club Al-Ain, the contract is for one year,'' Ogbu's intermediary, Innocent Okeke told allnigeriasoccer.com.
''We decided to move on from IK Sirius because he played nine years in the club. It is a good opportunity for him to make a good income through football.
''He arrived yesterday and resumes training immediately because the League is going on.''
For the remainder of the 2018-2019 season, Ogbu has been handed the number 90 jersey at Al-Ain FC.
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