It’s time to get back to work and grind – Akinkunmi Amoo after move to Omonia

It's time to get back to work and grind - Akinkunmi Amoo after move to Omonia

Former Golden Eaglet striker Akinkunmi Amoo has completed his transfer from Copenhagen to Omonia Nicosia in Cyprus, signing a three-year deal that keeps him with the club until 2026.It's time to get back to work and grind - Akinkunmi Amoo after move to Omonia

The 21-year-old Nigerian international, who faced a series of injuries lasting over ten months and a legal issue in Denmark, sees this move as a fresh start in his career.

Amoo expressed his excitement and honour at joining the Omonia Nicosia family and is eager to create success stories with the club and its fans.

Amoo extended his gratitude to his family, friends, and the media for their unwavering support, stating that it’s time for him to get back to work and focus on his goals.

In his own words, he said:

I’m honoured and excited to join the Omonoia family. I’m looking forward to all the success stories we will create together and with the fans. I want to thank my family, friends, and the media for their amazing support. It’s time to get back to work and grind.”

Amoo’s career has been brimming with potential ever since he joined the Golden Eaglets squad during the 2019 FIFA Under-17 World Cup.

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Now, as he sets off on an exciting new journey with Omonia Nicosia in Cyprus, the world eagerly anticipates his progress.

Akinkunmi Amoo and his move to Omonia will see him reunite with fellow countryman Francis Uzoho, the current Super Eagles’ number one goalkeeper, who has been with Nicosia since 2020, having previously played for APOEL.

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This partnership adds more strength to the club’s roster in Cyprus.

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