Nigeria midfielder, Oghenekaro Etebo has arrived in Greece on yesterday to seal his transfer to Aris Thessaloniki FC, Abbeylivenetwork.com reports.
Etebo had earlier signed a three-year contract agreement with the Greek Super League outfit before the end of the summer transfer window but was unable to join his new team due to visa issues.
But recent reports from Greece revealed that the visa issuance concerns had been resolved with Aris Fc announcing his arrival via the club official twitter handle.
“Oghenekaro Peter Etebo in Thessaloniki!, reads the tweet.
With the move, Etebo ended his unexciting
With the move, Etebo ended his uninspiring four-year stay stock City in the English Championship.
The player spent last season on loan at Watford but his season was cut short by a cruciate ligament injury.
Meanwhile, Etebo has expressed his readiness to work with Aris manager, Alan Pardew.
“Of course, I know the coach as he was my opponent during my time in England. I’m looking forward to this collaboration and I think it’s going to go well,” he told Gazzetta Greece