Emmanuel Emenike finally dumped Turkish side Fenerbache on Wednesday as he penned a ‘’short-term’’ deal with Greek champions Olympiacos.
The experienced forward moved out of Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium owing to lack of regular playing time in Aykut Kocaman’s squad.
— Olympiacos FC (@olympiacos_org) July 5, 2017
During his time at Fernerbache last season, Emenike made 14 appearances across all competitions - scoring four goals as they finished third in the Super Lig.
With the former Nigeria international a clear choice on the substitute bench, he opted to move to the Karaiskakis Stadium to get regular first-team football.
Goal gathered that the deal would fetch him about €2 million a year (about N800 million).
“I want to let our fans know that I am here to play and give my best for the club. I will always give my best when I am on the pitch; for the club and its fans!,’’ Emenike told club website.
Photostory from the transfer of Emmanuel Emenike at Olympiacos: https://t.co/yRoXXLeWyn #olympiacos #transfer #welcome #emenike @E29EMENIKE pic.twitter.com/YMZIbDVXhj — Olympiacos FC (@olympiacos_org) July 5, 2017