Munich - German 2 Bundesliga club MSV Duisburg have
announced the signing of Victor Obinna Nsofor following a successful medical
examination and the issuance of his International Transfer Certificate by the
Russian Football Union.
And this ends speculation surrounding the future of the
Super Eagles striker, having been linked with possible moves to Italy, Turkey, Switzerland
and the United Arab Emirates after his contract was not renewed by his former
club Lokomotiv Moscow.
Speaking after signing the contract, Nsofor told MSV
Duisburg's official website: ''I look forward to the new task here, the club,
the fans and my teammates. I’ll do my best and hopefully play as soon as possible
to help the team.''
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Sporting Director of MSV Duisburg added: ''I am happy that
Gino Lettieri and I were able to convince a player of the stature of Victor to
get to MSV. And I am sure that he will help us with his skills, our goal for the
season to avoid relegation.''
For the remainder of this season, the 28-year-old will play
with the number 15 shirt.
MSV Duisburg can activate an option to extend the Nigerian's
contract for a further season if he impresses in the 2015-16 campaign.
He previously played for Inter Milan, Chievo, West Ham and
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