Taiwo Awoniyi Joins Union Berlin From Liverpool

By Daily sports on July 21, 2021

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Taiwo Awoniyi has left Liverpool to sign permanently with Union Berlin.

The striker returns to the Bundesliga club – with whom he spent the 2020-21 season on loan, helping them to a seventh-placed finish – after a deal was finalised today.

Awoniyi joined Liverpool back in the summer of 2015 and spent the majority of his six years with the Reds out on loan at a variety of European clubs.

He said, “After lots of loan moves in previous years, I want to finally come and have a home. I owe so much to Union, so it makes me happy and proud to be back here. It’s fantastic to continue on the great path with the club. I will give everything to quickly pick up where I was before my injury.” (Tribal Football)

•PHOTO: Taiwo Awoniyi

 

Source Daily sports

Posted July 21, 2021


 

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