September 23, 2021

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Fortuna League: Slovan Bratislava introduced a pair of reinforcements

Fortuna League: Slovan Bratislava introduced a pair of reinforcements

Bratislava. Slovan Bratislava’s footballers will be boosted by Nigerian midfielder Ushi Agbo, who has extensive experience from La Liga. The acting administration of the Slovak master signed a three-year contract with him.

Five-year-old Agbo last worked for Spanish club Deportivo La Coruna. According to Slovan’s website, he is a typical midfielder who uses his physical standards, but is also constructive when creating posts and working with the ball.

Comes with a business card from the Belgium Vice Champion and 2018 Belgian Cup Winner Standard Liege jersey. However, he has spent most of his career in Spain, where he made 44 appearances in the highest competition there.

“We remember Uchi from the match with Braga when he played against us at Tehelni Pole. We wanted to get him a long time ago, but at that time the terms of the transfer were not financially feasible. Which we immediately used.

The negotiations went very quickly and I am pleased that we agreed on a three-year contract. That’s exactly the player profile we’ve lost in the middle of the field so far. “I think he will fit in well with the team and help us in the league and European matches,” said Ivan Kmotrik Jr., CEO of the club’s website.

In addition to Nigerian player Slovan, he provided another reinforcement on Thursday. The 22-year-old striker Adler da Silva won. The Swiss footballer of Brazilian descent comes from FK Pohronie for an annual guest with the option of transfer.

“We know Adler well from the Slovak League. He is a talented and promising football player and we see great potential in him. We believe he will fully develop and benefit him at our club under the supervision of our coaching staff.

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“We consider him to be an attacking player who can take many positions,” Goodfather Jr. said in the Swiss player’s speech.