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Semi Ajayi delighted to complete Cardiff City move

19 June 2015, 15:16

London - Nigerian defender Semi Ajayi has expressed his delight at completing his move to Cardiff City, having spent the last two months of the 2014/15 campaign on loan at The Bluebirds from Arsenal.

In his parting words to The Gunners, the former Nigeria Under 20 international refused to dwell on his lack of first team opportunities at the Emirates but thanked the club.

Also read: Arsenal pair keen for Super Eagles action

''Pleased to have signed for @CardiffCityFC. So excited to get playing and I look forward to contributing to the clubs future success #CCFC,'' Semi Ajayi posted on Twitter.

''Thanks to everyone @Arsenal for everything. Spent an amazing two years there and I wish all those connected with the club the very best.''

Semi Ajayi's Arsenal contract will officially expire at the end of this month and the Londoners have made it clear that he will not be offered a new deal after he failed to break into the first team.

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