Nigerian striker Christian Ighodaro Osaguona has completed a move to Belgian second tier side KVC Westerlo.
Osaguona signed a one-year deal with The Temptations on Tuesday with an option to extend the deal.
“Today, KVC Westerlo took a step in strengthening their attack. Christian Osaguano signed a contract for one season plus option to renew,” KVC Westerlo confirmed on their website.
The former Enugu Rangers forward comes in to replace Christophe Bertjens who left the club in this summer transfer window.
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Osaguona, who played for another Belgian club KV Mechelen last season, is excited with the chance to turn out for the club and promised to do his bit in their chase for promotion to the top division.
“Everybody is so kind, the trainers, the medical staff and the maintenance staff. I’m well taken care of here.
“I want to play more and make a difference. That’s why I’ve come here. In Westerlo, I hope to get the chance to prove myself at last. I want to score a lot of goals and hopefully win promotion to the Jupiler Pro League,” he said.
Osaguona had undergone medical tests on Monday before completing his one-year contract a day later.
The big striker has been allocated jersey number nine.
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