Super Eagles Striker Aaron Samuel signs for Beitar Jerusalem

Super Eagles Striker Aaron Samuel signs for Beitar Jerusalem

Aaron Samuel has signed a one-year deal with Israeli club, Beitar Jerusalem with an option for another season.

The Super Eagles striker has been without a club after leaving Russian Premier League club, CSKA Moscow by mutual consent this summer.

Beitar Jerusalem confirmed the signing via it’s official Twitter handle tweeting:

“He is yellow: Aaron Olanara officially signed for the club until the end of the season with an option for another season,”

Samuel who has previously played for Valarenga, Sarpsborg 08, Amker Perm and CSKA Moscow will wear jersey number 40 at the club and will hope the move will help him relaunch his international career.

The Nigerian forward has also played in the Chinese Super League with Guangzhou R&F and featured in the Nigeria Professional Football League for the defunct Dolphins Football Club of Port Harcourt and Shooting Stars Sports Club of Ibadan.

Beitar Jerusalem will be up against Ashdod on Sunday, October 21 and the Samuel will look to make his debut in the game.

The club currently occupy the last position in the Isreali Premier League after six round of matches.

This article was most recently revised and updated 4 years ago

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