Armenian international midfield maestro Solomon Udo has joined Shakhter Karagandy Football Club of Kazakhstan.
Udo leaves Ararat Yerevan of Armenia, his Country of Nationality to sign for Shakhter Karagandy FC, leaving Armenia for the first time in his professional career.
The Nigerian-born midfielder has ended his second spell with Ararat after making nine appearances for the club this season coupled with a pair of appearances in cup games.
He had his first spell with Ararat back in 2015 and returned for a second in 2020 after spending a season with Shirak FC.
The 25-year old made his Armenian debut on October 14, 2020 when he replaced Artak Grigoryan in the 42nd minute is their UEFA Nations league 1-1 draw against Estonia.
He has hence been part of the team with a constant invitation in their subsequent Nations league games.
Udo, born in Nigeria opted to represent the Country of his residence instead after playing in the Armenian Premier League for five consecutive years.
He has found life easy since making the decision as he enjoys his game with much improvement and flare.
Udo has already joined up with the team’s preseason camp in Turkey.