Super Eagles Striker Agrees Two-Year Contract With Hungarian Side Debreceni VSCPublished: July 27, 2019
Allnigeriasoccer.com understands that Hungarian top flight side Debreceni VSC are on the verge of announcing the capture of Nigeria international Tunde Adeniji.
The striker and the OTP Bank Liga side have agreed to terms on a two-year deal, with the option for an extra year inserted into the contract.
Adeniji played only the first half as Debrecen VSC lost 2-1 to Kazincbarcika in a friendly last weekend.
He is set to become the second Nigerian attacker to be acquired by Debreceni VSC in the summer transfer window after Haruna Garba, who has already debuted for the club in the Europa League qualifying rounds and was on target in a 3-0 win vs Kukesi.
Adeniji last played for Kuwait's Al-Nasr and has also worn the jerseys of Atyrau (Kazakhstan) and Levski Sofia (Bulgaria).
The 23-year-old moved abroad from Nigeria Professional Football League side Sunshine Stars.
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