Nigeria international Kingsley Sokari has signed a three-year contract with Tunisian Giants Esperance Sportive, the club announced on Monday.
The 20-year-old, fresh from the Fifa Under-20 World Cup in New Zealand, completed transfer formalities yesterday following agreement between Enyimba International FC and Esperance Sportive des Tunis.
Sokari will be cup tied in the 2015 Caf Confederation Cup, having already featured for Enyimba in the Champions League this season.
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He joins former Dolphins FC striker Emem Eduok at the Stade Olympique des Rades, as his Flying Eagles team-mate Bernard Bulbwa is currently in Tunis thrashing out details of his much reported contract with the North African side.
The two-time African Cup winners will face Egyptian side Al-Ahly in their opening Group A tie of the Confedration Cup on Sunday.