Super Eagles defender, Kenneth Omeruo, has joined Turkish tier-one league side Kasimpasa on a permanent deal. Omeruo joined the club where he had to ply his trade on loan twice from Chelsea as a free agent.
The club confirmed his acquisition on the club’s website:
“Kenneth Omeruo in Kasımpasa
Our new transfer, Kenneth Omeruo, signed the contract that binds him to Kasımpasa at the signing ceremony held at our Turgay Ciner Sports Facilities after the controls he had at Liv Hospital Vadi Istanbul, our health sponsor.”
Omeruo since Joining Chelsea, has gone through a series of loan spells with different clubs, until 2019 when he secured a permanent move to Leganés. After four years, he has now decided to continue his career with Kasimpasa where he previously made 54 caps.
The 29-year-old, who has never made any senior appearance with Chelsea, cumulative has made 278 caps with all clubs he has played with. He has also been capped 61 times since making his debut with the Nigerian National team on January 9, 2013.