Former 36 Lion winger Yusuf Lawal have compeleted a move to Azerbaijan top side Neftci FC of Baku on a three year deal, Owosports reports.
The 22-year-old forward moved to SouthEastern part of Europe from Belgian side Lokeren.
The deal was brokered by two Turkish agents, Ahmet Asik and Aykut Culdan with under the supervision of his father in football and owner of 36 Lion, Hajj Gafar Liamid.
Obagoal has his fondly called due to his similarity with former Super Eagles goal machine, Obafemi Martins, has expressed his delight and appreciate people involved in making the deal a reality.
“Yusuf Lawal 24 is in town!!!
It is now Ag-Qaralar Every Second, Every Minute, Every Hour, Every Day,” he posted on his Instagram page.
“It is The People’s Team!!! They are my People and I have found Love with my People.
“Special appreciation to The President, Mr. Kamran Guliyev.
A very good job and honorary welcome by the head coach and the sporting director.
“Great job by my agents, Ahmet Asik, Bora, Aykut Culdan and Hakan with the advise of my father Hajji Gafar.
“It is a new light in Bakcell Arena.
Yusuf Lawal is a youth graduate of Nigerian club 36 Lion football club before moving to Belgium where he joined Lokeren in 2017.