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Former Coventry City favourite Bright Enobakhare decides his future – Coventry Telegraph

June 22, 2020

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Former Coventry City loan star Bright Enobakhare has completed his move to Greek Super League club AEK Athens, ending hopes the 23-year-old could join theSky Bluesthis summer.

AEK have announced the signing of Nigerian forward on a free transfer after he left Premier League Wolverhampton Wanderers last month by mutual agreement, having been with the side since 2014.

Enobakharehad a stellar loan spell with Mark Robins’s newly promoted side in 2019 and came close to returning to the club in the following transfer windows.

However, AEK this weekend heralded the arrival of the player who has signed a three-year deal.

Former Sky Blues loan star Bright Enobakhare has completed his move to Greek club AEK Athens

The striker is delighted to team up with the Athens Olympic Stadium side and explained he has been observing their style of play. 

“It is a great move and I am happy to be here,” he said, speaking to the club’s website.

“To be honest, I searched the internet, like YouTube, for how the team plays and trains, and I think it will fit my gameplay. 

“So I’m happy to be here. I don’t want to talk about myself so much, I think the stadium will ‘talk’ about me.”

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Enobakhare was part of the Wolves team that gained promotion to the Premier League after winning the 2017/18 Championship title.

The 12-time league champions AEK are currently third on the league table with 56 points from 29 games, and will hope the addition of the forward will boost their chances of qualifying to play European football next season.

Enobakhare, who had two appearances for the Nigerian U23 team, will look to impress with the Greek side to boost his Super Eagles chances.

The forward could make his debut for his new club when they take on Aris in a Cup tie on Wednesday.