HNK Hadjuk Split have signed Emem Eduok on a free transfer following the ex-Esperance winger’s departure from Turkish outfit BB Erzurumspor, reports Futbalgalore.com.
The 25-year-old, who scored nine goals in 33 appearances for Kasimpasa and BB Erzurumspor combined last season, has agreed a three-year contract with the Croatian Hrvatski Telekom Prva Liga campaigners. He will suit up in jersey number 11 at the Stadion Poljud.
He won one international cap for Nigeria in 2015.
The winger was a free agent after leaving BB Erzurumspor at the end of last season and is coach Sinisa Orescanin’s fifth signing following the arrival of Ivan Dolcek, Stefan Simic, Josip Posavec and Franko Kovacevic.
Eduok, who has also played for Akwa United, Dolphins, Esperance and Kasimpasa, told Futbalgalore.com: “I’m delighted to get going again.
“I was told about the ambition of the football club, it’s something I was keen to be a part of,” the former Esperance forward informed Futbalgalore.com.
“I’ve signed a long-term deal until June 2022 and I’m just excited to show what I can do.”
The skillful player is expected to make his league debut for the Masters of the Sea against Istra 1961 on Sunday.