Buba Mustapha signs for Pacos de Ferrieira

By Daily Sports on September 9, 2017

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FC Hearts midfielder Buba Mustapha has signed a three-year contract with Portuguese club Pacos de Ferreira after successful trials.

Buba, 18, said he is excited with his move to Europe, which was brokered by Faisal Abdullahi and Footconnect Management of Portugal.

“He is an exciting central midfielder who has everything to take Europe by storm,” remarked one of his representatives, Faisal Abdullahi.

“He is technically gifted and he is comfortable either in defence or attack, more like a box-to-box midfielder.“He is very grateful for this opportunity and has promised to take it with both hands.”

The one-time Flying Eagles invitee has previously tried out with another top Portuguese club FC Porto. (SCORENigeria)

•Photo shows Buba Mustapha.

Source Daily Sports

Posted September 9, 2017


 

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