Former Nigeria Professional Football League NPFL goal king, Anthony Okpotu has joined Union Sportive Monastirienne of Tunisia from Morocco side Difaâ Hassani El Jadidi on a two-year deal, SportingLife.ng reports.
Okpotu’s management team, Matchroom S&M announced the deal on Tuesday.“A new phase begins in #Ligue1Tn as our client, @ToniOkpotu, seals a two-year deal at (Union Sportive Monastirienne) #USM, based in the coastal city of #Monastir, in #Tunisia. #AfricanFootball. Congratulations,” the football consultant outfit announced via @MatchRoomSM.
The 25-year-old rose to prominence when he scored 19 goals to win the 2017 NPFL golden boot with Lobi
Stars and led the Eagles to the final of the 2018 CHAN where they lost to Morocco in the final.
He joined Difaâ Hassani El Jadidi in July 2018 and after failing to command regular shirt at the Morocco side, he was loaned out to Albanian club KF Laçi on 31 January 2019. He scored once in his nine
appearances while on loan.
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