- Daniel Etor moved to Oman in 2017 to join Al-Nasr on loan from Enugu Rangers
- The Nigerian forward has signed a fresh deal with Omani based outfit Al Suwaiq
- Etor has expressed delight joining a new club and stated that he wants to focus on his career
Daniel Etor has signed a one-year deal with Al Suwaiq of Oman as the 27-year-old continues to ply his trade away from home.
Joining the club on a free transfer, the former Enyimba of Aba and Enugu Rangers winger recently left Sultan Qaboos Sports Complex outfit Muscat Club in the same country.
He has been unveiled at his new club alongside several their players ahead of the start of the new season.
Etor has played one game for Nigeria at the senior level in 2012 having represented the home-based Eagles that year.
He has also featured for the Nigeria U20 and U3 teams, having played and won the 2016 CAF All Africa Games tournament and Caf U23 championship 2016 as a striker.
Delighted on his new deal, Etor in an exclusive chat with Legit.ng stated that this new deal is a great development for his career.
"This is a great deal for me and I thank God for his mercies for this opportunity."
The Kano born player left the shores of Nigeria in 2017 when he joined Al-Nasr football club of Oman on loan from Nigeria Professional League side Enugu Rangers.
When asked if he hopes this help him earn another national team call up, the forward replied that he wants to take it one step at a time. He added:
“I am just going to focus on my new club, just like what I have done for other clubs I played for in this country."
Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that ahead of the start of the 2020/2021 NPFL season, American parents of a 15-year-old footballer have reached out to Kano Pillars to sign their ward.
Since the outbreak of the coronavirus in March, football activities are yet to return in the Nigerian league, but a proposed date of December 6, 2020, has been marked for the start of the new season.
With many clubs doing business and signing players during the period of inaction, a picture purportedly claiming Kano Pillars signed a young American went viral on social media.
Media officer of the club, Idris Malikawa, disclosed the youngster is not yet registered, as his parents only presented him for training.
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