Nigeria international Michael Eneramo has agreed to join Besiktas on a two-year deal.
Following the expiration of his previous contract at Turkish club Sivasspor, the forward disclosed to MTNFootball.com that he and Besiktas have finalised on a deal for him to play for the Turkish giants.
“I have agreed to play for Besiktas. We finalized yesterday (Sunday) and I have agreed a two-year deal with them. I will be going back to Turkey this week to put pen on paper and do my medical,” Eneramo, presently in the country on holiday, told MTNFootball.com.
Just recently, Besiktas was banned by football governing body UEFA from next season Europa League for match-fixing.
On why he decided on Besiktas, Eneramo said the achievement and the quality of the team decide it for him.
“Besiktas are a traditional team in Turkey. They are a strong and big team in Europe as well and they play in Europe every season.
“I want to be up there and that was why I decide to join them. I am really happy about the deal. I want to win the league, Cup and even rule Europe, to let my country national team selectors know that I am still up there and relevant,” added Eneramo.