Official : Debreceni VSC Confirm Capture Of Super Eagles Striker AdenijiPublished: July 30, 2019
Through a statement on their official website, Hungarian top flight side Debreceni VSC have confirmed the capture of Nigeria international Tunde Adeniji.
Adeniji, who arrives Debreceni VSC as a free agent, has penned a two-year deal keeping him at the club until the summer of 2021.
A product of Sunshine Stars, the striker began his career abroad at Levski Sofia, for whom he scored 9 goals in 57 appearances while providing nine assists.
He later moved to FK Atyrau in Kazakhstan and netted 8 goals in 30 matches for the club before transferring to Kuwaiti team Al-Nasr.
The deal that took Adeniji to Debreceni VSC was brokered by Ben Itorho of Pro-Onesports Intermediaries.
The 23-year-old has already started training with his new teammates, including Nigerian striker Haruna Garba.
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