- Oghenekaro Etebo has made a summer move to top Turkish football club Galatasary
- The Super Eagles attacking midfielder spent last season on loan with Spanish club Getafe
- The Stoke City midfielder has now completed a six-month loan move to play in the Turkish Super League
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Oghenekaro Etebo has finally ended speculation about his future as he joins Turkish Super Lig side Galatasary on a six-month loan deal.
The Nigerian international spent the last six months of the previous season on loan at Getafe and helped the La Liga club get a spot in the Europa League.
But the Spanish club did not make his deal permanent at the end of the 2019-20 campaign as he returned to his parent club Stoke City.
Now the 24-year-old has completed his third loan move in his career as he joins Turkish giants Galatasary in a six-month deal.
"I am excited to announce my arrival at Galatasaray, I am looking forward to this amazing opportunity and I am happy to be part of such a historic club.
Thank you to everyone at @stokecity and thank you to @dwsportsmanagement team.
Ready for the next chapter @Galatasaray, and ready to show the fans that I am part of the family!," he said on his Instagram account.
Meanwhile, Legit.ng had earlier reported that Super Eagles attacking midfielder Oghenekaro Etebo is reportedly ready to continue his football career in Turkey by joining Galatasaray in what is expected to the a three-year deal.
At the recently concluded season in Europe, Etebo played for Spanish side Getafe on loan from English club Stoke City and managed to score only one goal.
According to latest report, the 24-year-old has already agreed personal terms with Galatasaray and the club will soon unveil him as their new player.
Legit.ng also reported that Oghenekaro Etebo has lost his father Chief Augustine to the cold hands of death after battling with illness, reports claim.
The Getafe midfielder is yet to make an annoucement regarding the passing of his father who suffered from a long-standing ailment.
The Super Eagles star was listed in Getafe's last home 3-1 defeat to in Villarreal in the Spanish top-flight division.
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