Super Eagles first-choice goalkeeper, Francis Uzoho, has joined Cypriot giants APOEL on a two-and a-half year deal till May 2023.
The 28-time Cypriot champions announced the deal on its website Friday.
He quit the Spanish side, Deportivo La Coruña, which he joined in 2017.
APOEL are Uzoho’s third club in Cyprus in the last few seasons, having previously worn the jerseys of Anorthosis Famagusta and Omonia, on loan from Deportivo La Coruña.
His spell at Omonia was cut short after suffering a serious injury while on international duty with the Super Eagles in a friendly with Brazil last October.
Uzoho, 21, has eight appearances under his belt in the Cypriot top-flight, Protathlima Cyta.
Nigerian strikers Michael Obiku, Patrick Ogunsoto, and Benjamin Onwuachi had represented APOEL in the past.