21-year-old Super Eagles goalkeeper, Francis Uzoho has left Deportivo to continue his career with the most successful club in Cyprus, Apoel Nicosia.
Uzoho who spent last year on loan at city rivals Omonia Nicosia will now represent Apoel after signing a 3-year deal to join The Thrylos.
APOEL will be participating in the 2020-21 Europa League first qualifying round after they finished third on the league table before the Cypriot First Division was declared null and void because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Apoel Nicosia announced the signing of Uzoho via its website and Twitter page.
“The company APOEL Football (public) Ltd announces the conclusion of an agreement with Real Club Deportivo de La Coruña for the acquisition of Francis Odinaka Uzoho,” the club announced.
“The co-operation between APOEL and Uzoho will last for three years until May 2023.
“We welcome Francis to APOEL and wish him to celebrate titles and European successes with the blue and yellow jersey.”
Sharing photos from his unveiling, Uzoho wrote:
‘Happy to start a new journey today with this great club, hope to enjoy great success along the way. IN CHRIST ALONE’