Rangers International F.C and Super Eagles B team’ midfielder, Ibrahim Olawoyin has secured a two-year deal that will run till 2023 with Turkish Lig 1 side, Ankara Keciorenguci for an undisclosed fee.
After a long running challenge for the economic right of the player who failed to extend his contract with the ‘Flying Antelopes’ before the ended season, management of the seven-time Nigeria league champions was able to get a 30% sell-on clause in the player’ (Ibrahim Olawoyin) next contract.
The player who has been unveiled by the Turkish side that was formed in 1945 will have another Nigerian to play with in the club that is placed 12th on the 19 team log in attacking sensation, Emeka Friday Eze who was amongst the goals scorers in the 2-1 loss on the road against Eyupspor in a match day 2 fixture for the Ilker Puren managed side.
T.M.S manager and T.M for the Enugu side, Barrister Amobi Ezeaku said of the move, “We thank God for the agreement reached with regards to Ibrahim Olawoyin. We pray that he keeps doing his best to get to the pinnacle of his career.”
Olawoyin will swell the club’ international players rank to ten of the 29 squad size inside their Ankara Aktepe stadi that can take a little below five thousand spectators as they fight to push the club to the Turkish Super lig at the end of the season.
The bag of trickery, Olawoyin will likely get his first game this evening against Adanaspor, that formally had a former Rangers defender, Chibuzor Madu in their employ, in a match day 3 fixture in the highly competitive T.T.F 1 Lige.