Eight Nigerian Players Summer Transfers You Might Have MissedPublished: September 04, 2019
With the European summer transfer window closed for business, allnigeriasoccer.com brings to you eight transfers involving Nigerian players that might have gone under the radar.
Former Midtjylland defensive midfielder Michael Ogungbaro has inked a two-year deal with Slovenian PrvaLiga side NK Bravo. He joined the club on a free transfer.
Israeli Premier League club Hapoel Ironi Kiryat Shmona have bolstered their offensive ranks with the signing of Segun James Adeniyi. His contract is for one season.
Godwin Mensha has signed with United Arab Emirates team Ajman a two-year contract. The striker previously played for clubs in Spain, Malta and Iran.
Former Porto youth-teamer Fidelis Irhene will be spending the 2019-2020 season on loan at Doxa Katokopias. His parent club is AEL Limassol.
Experienced midfielder Felix Obada has joined çetinkaya Türk S.K. in the Turkish Cypriot KTFF Süper Lig.
Two Nigerian players completed moves to Norwegian clubs in the days leading up to the close of their transfer window.
Haugesund's Shuaibu Lalle Ibrahim has been loaned out to Kongsvinger until the end of the season and Valerenga's Peter Godly Michael has been loaned to First Division club Skeid Oslo.
Finally, Turkish First League club Menemenspor have secured the services of Henry Austine Onoka on a three-year deal.
Photo Credit : NK Bravo
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