Esperance of Tunisia forward Emem Eduok has completed a move to Turkish top division side Kasimpasa, on a deal reportedly worth three years.
The 22 year old was deemed surplus to requirement at Esperance, which lead to news about him moving to another club and after the breakdown of his move to Adanaspor, he has pitched tent with Kasimpasa.
Eduok has been at Esperance for three seasons, but had an injury blighted career last time out with the Tunisian side, which lead to him featuring in few games.
At Kasimpasa, he will be united with Hungarian-Nigerian Kenneth Otigba who also joined the club, that had another Kenneth Omeruo on their books on loan from Chelsea last season this summer.
His transfer to Turkey has further swelled the number of Nigerian players in the tax free country with as much as 10 players from the West African nation set to play in various level of Turkish football next season.