Enugu Rangers striker Christian Pyagbara on Thursday signed a three-year deal with Saudi Arabian side Damac Football Club, reports Futbalgalore.com.
Aged 22, the striker has appended his signature to a three-year contract that will keep him at the Knight of the South until the summer of 2021.
It will be recalled that Pyagbara’s switch to Gabes stalled despite the fact that the club confirmed his move to Tunisia.
Before penning deal with Damac Football Club, the former Flying Eagles striker previously represented Sharks FC, Enyimba, Akwa United and Enugu Rangers.
“I have signed a three-year contract with Damac and will be at the disposal of the team this season,” Pyagbara told Futbalgalore.com.
“All I ask for is God’s guidance, love from my fans, team mates and the technical team. I pray God gives me an injury free season.”
Damac Football Club is a club based in Khamis Mushait city.
The Knight of the South prosecute their home games at the 25000-seater Prince Sultan bin Abdul Aziz Stadium.