Nigerian-eligible frontman joins Vejle from Krasnodar on €0.6m deal

Vejle have completed the permanent signing of forward German Onugkha from Krasnodar for €0.6m deal.

Onugkha, 24, who has agreed a two-year deal, spent just three months on loan at Vejle Stadion.

The striker signed a new two-year contract, after Vejle took up their option to make his stay permanent.

He featured in 17 league games for the Reds last season, scoring five goals, as they finished 10th in the Danish Superliga.

Born in Moscow 24 years ago, the frontman qualifies to represent the Super Eagles if he invokes the granny rule as he has a Nigerian father.

The attacker also lists FC Torpedo Tamala, FC Narovchat, FC Atmis Kevdo-Melsitovo, FC Zenit-M Penza, FC Volgar Astrakhan and Tambov as his former clubs.

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