Photo Confirmation : Turkish Club Ankara Keciorengucu SK Sign AlabiPublished: September 01, 2020
Turkish First League club Ankara Keciorengucu SK have officially announced the signing of Nigerian left-back Alabi Toheeb.
The 19-year-old has appended his signature to a four-year deal, keeping him in the Turkish capital until the end of the 2023-2024 season.
Alabi has joined Ankara Keciorengucu SK from Nigerian club Prince Kazeem Football Academy.
"We welcome our new transfer Alabi to our club, we wish him outstanding success under our coat of arms," Ankara Keciorengucu SK said in a statement.
Last season, Ankara Keciorengucu SK finished eight in the Turkish First League.
They play their home matches at the Ankara Aktepe Stadium and competed in the Super League in the 1967-68 season.
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