BRIGHTON AND HOLVE ALBION SIGNS LEON BALOGUN
JPG" style="height:400px; width:100%" />Premier league club, Brighton and Holve Albion made their first signing in the transfer market by signing Nigerian national, Leon Balogun. The Nigerian defender, formerly play for Mainz 05 of Germany before moving on a free transfer to BHAFC of England after failing to renew his contract at the club.
The England team made it official on their official twitter account and their official website. Albrighton official website welcomed the Nigeria and that wrote "He will add more depth to our defensive options, and I am pleased to get our first piece of business done so early in the summer," manager Chris Hughton told the club's official website . "He is in the peak years of his career. He also has valuable experience, having played in the Bundesliga, the Europa League and at international level."
The 29yrs old is expected to features for Nigeria in Russia 2018 for the world cup.
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