Swedish club target Nigerian Union striker Berlin

The Swedish club wants to hire Nigerian striker Suleiman Abdullahi

FK Gothenburg have set their sights on the striker whose contract will expire at the end of June.

Union Berlin have already expired the player’s contract and revealed that it won’t be renewed.

The forward joined club Eintracht Braunschweig where he was for two years.

Abdullahi had scored an important goal in the club’s history in 2020, his efforts earning them promotion against VFB Stuttgart.

Abdullahi and his compatriot Anthony Ujah have already bid farewell to the club and are looking forward to new challenges.

According to Swedish website Expressen, the striker is on Gothenburg’s wishlist and being a free player at the end of the month, he has a chance to sign for any club of his choice.

The striker hasn’t had a goalscoring career so far but has generally been a trusted professional since leaving Viking for German football.

He had joined Union on an initial loan from Braunschweig, but had done enough to secure a permanent transfer to the club at the time, helping to write a new story in the club’s modest history.

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