Djalma Campos completes Alanyaspor switch

The Angola international has agreed to a deal with the Bahcesehir Okulları Stadium outfit till 2020

Djalma Campos has joined Turkish Super Lig side Alanyaspor from Greece outfit PAOK after signing a two-year contract.

The 31-year-old forward arrived at the Toumba Stadium outfit in the summer of 2016 as a free agent.

Last term, he scored seven goals in 32 appearances across all competitions for the black and whites, helping them to clinch the Greek Cup for second consecutive season.

The Bahcesehir Okulları Stadium outfit announced the arrival of their new recruit at a signing ceremony.

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In his reaction, the former Genclerbirlig man expressed his delight with an opportunity afforded him to return to Turkey.

“I am grateful to the chairman for his effort on the transfer. I'm very happy with my return to Turkey,” he said.

“My parents are very happy. My personal goal is to get goals and assist, I want to make contributions. But first, we need to reach our goals as a team.”

Campos will link up with Ghanaian Isaac Sackey, Cameroonian forward Mbilla Etame, Mali’s Mamadou Fofana and Guinea’s Guy-Michel Landel.

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