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KATSINA UNITED COMPLETES ADDITIONAL NEW SIGNINGS

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Katsina United has completed the signings of additional new players ahead of the second stanza of the 2023/2024 Nigeria Premier Football League season.
The Changi Boys have been active in the mid-season transfer window in a bid to strengthen their team, who are 8th on the log.
Some of the new signings includes; Abiodun Adebayo from Niger Tornadoes and who plays as Center Back. Also joining the ranks of Katsina United is former Rangers International forward, Jonas Emmanuel. Others are Abdullahi Musa Wakili from Lobi Stars as well as Adeleye Oluwatobi, Alemoh Moses, Edet Isaac, Shamsudeen Hashim, Dennis Akio, Taofeek Ahmed and Jonas James.
Katsina United with the latest additions will now look to improve on their form as well as their standings on the NPFL log.

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Official: Nigerian Forward Ikwuemesi Joins Belgium Pro League Club, Leuven

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Belgium Pro League club, Oud-Heverlee Leuven, have announced the signing of forward Chukwubuikem Ikwuemesi from
Serie A club, Salernitan.

The former Flying Eagles striker joined the Belgian outfit from Serie A side, Salernitan, after a year stint with the club before relegation.

After passing club routine medicals and completed paper works, the Nigerian striker has been unveiled by his new employees, arriving his arrival.

Last campaign in the Italian Serie A with Salernitan, Ikwuemesi who joined from Slovenia side NK Celje enjoyed a good run of form which made him handful for the club.

Ikwuemesi will add to the increasing numbers of Nigeria stars playing in the Belgian Pro League when the new 2024/2025 season gets underway.

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Transfer: Armenian Club FC Van Snaps Up Promising Nigerian Youngster

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Ambitious Armenian topflight league side, Football Club Van, has completed the transfer of highly rated Nigerian youngster, Izuchukwu Okonkwo, from Bulgarian club, Botev Plovdiv.

Started his football career with Nigerian based side, Izuchukwu was scouted by topmost Nigerian Super Agent, Paul Ojo Omamomo, and shipped off to Russia to continue his development with the Russian based outfit, FDC Vista, combining his football career with formal Education.

Golden Fish has no hiding place, top talented Izuchukwu enjoyed a rapid development owing to his hardwork, a rapid development which made his stood out in back to back games with Russian team, FDC Vista.

Upon his maturity, Izuchukwu Okonkwo, attracted lots of offers but inked a deal with Bulgarian giants, Botev Plovdiv to take his development to the next level.

In search of quality playing time, the sensational player has penned a year deal with  Armenian side, Football Club Van, where he will feature for the team in the 2024/2025 Armenia topflight league season.

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Official: Ismaheel Joins Polish Club From Lorient

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Polish side, Górnik Zabrze, has completed the transfer of Nigerian forward, Ismaheel Taofeek, from French side Lorien.

The 24-year-old has signed a three-year contract at Górnik Zabrze, until June 30, 2027.

Ismaheel arrived at Les Merlus in January 2022, and was immediately loaned out to Vålerenga Fotball (Norway), before a two-year loan to SK Beveren in Belgium.

At SK Beveren, he appeared in 56 matches across all competitions and directly participated in 18 goals (8 goals, 10 assists). 

Górnik Zabrze have embarked on a recruitment campaign in the ongoing transfer window, bringing in three players previously on the books of top five European League clubs.

Ismaheel has followed in the footsteps of Aleksander Buksa and Lukáš Ambros, who were acquired from Genoa (Serie A) and Wolfsburg (Bundesliga) respectively.

He is a dynamic winger with the ability to use both feet equally well and good at dribbling. 

Górnik Zabrze have signed the Nigerian as a potential replacement for German winger  Lawrence Ennali, who is heavily linked with a departure from the club this summer. 

On his football curriculum vitae, Taofeek Ismaheel lists Crystal Palace academy, HB Abuja, Skeid and Fredrikstad as his previous clubs. 

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