Former Super Eagles and AC Milan striker, Nnamdi Chidiebere Oduamadi has completed a move to Italian Serie D campaigners, AC Crema, for an undisclosed fee.
The Italian Serie D outfit took to it’s verified social media handles to confirm the capture of the Nigerian born striker who once had a stint with Italian Serie A giants, AC Milan, before departing for big offer’s.
Reacting to a big feat after a long sideline from football after it’s stint with Albanian side, KF Tirana in 2019, Oduamadi expressed his delight of getting to sign the dotted lines once more…
“I am ready and motivated,” he told the club’s official website
“I will enter the field with the desire to give my contribution and reward the trust given to me by the club and the coach. I immediately found harmony with my teammates and I really like the black and white environment, I feel at home”
”I’ve never played in Serie D but I know it’s a competitive championship. There are strong teams and many young people eager to demonstrate. A new experience that stimulates me and encourages me to give my best. Thanks again to President Zucchi for the important occasion.”
The lanky foward lists Ac Milan, Torino, HJK Helsinki, Varese and Brescia as his former clubs.