Super Eagles Player Signs $2m Deal With Japanese Club

Nigerian international Gabriel Okechukwu has completed his move to Japanese side Sapporo FC in a 2million dollars per year deal.

He was a former player of Water FC in Nigeria and then played for Akwa United in the Nigerian Professional Football League where he scored 9 goals in 16 appearances before moving to Wydad Casablanca on a free transfer.

The 25-year-old striker was on loan at Chabab Mohammédia from Wydad before completing this move to Japan.

Okechukwu featured for the Nigerian U23 side between 2015 and 2017, getting 5 appearances and scoring 2 goals before his invite into the senior national team.

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Sapporo FC plays in the Japanese J1 League and the striker the will hope to mark his mark in his new club.

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