Agu vows to lift new Japanese club, Shonan Bellmare
Nigeria midfielder Mikel Agu is determined to make an impact at his new Japanese club, Shonan Bellmare.
Agu’s career has stalled since he left Portuguese club Vitoria Guimaraes in January.
A move to Spanish Segunda Division side Fuenlabrada ended in disappointment as he failed to make a single appearance for the club.
The 29-year-old is, however, determined to get his career back on track at his new club.
“Hello supporters, my name is Mikel Agu. I am happy to be here in Shonan Bellmare, I love it and I am hoping very soon to see you guys at the Stadium,” the midfielder said in a short video posted on the club’s official Twitter handle.
“I am here to give my best and I hope that at the end of the season we are going to be happy. Halleh! "
The midfielder has been capped seven times by Nigeria.
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