Nigeria midfielder, Ibrahim Alhassan, has joined relegated Belgian club K Beerschot from Portuguese club CD Nacional on a free transfer.
Beerschot announced Alhassan’s transfer on their website on Thursday.
Alhassan put-pen-to-paper with K Beerschot on a two-year deal that will run till 2024.
The 25-year-old spent four seasons at CD Nacional whom he joined from Austrian side Austria Vienna.
Commenting on his move he said told the club website:”For me this is another good step in my career. In previous seasons I played in Portugal in both the first and second division. My goal is to play at the highest level with Beerschot again as soon as possible.”
Beerschot was relegated to the Belgian second division last season after finishing bottom in the 18-team league standing.
Alhassan was born in Kano and grew up supporting Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) giants Kano Pillars.
He was youth player for F.C. Hearts Academy and also featured for the Golden Eaglets and Flying Eagles.
He was a member of the Flying Eagles squad that won the 2015 U-20 AFCON in Senegal.
He made debut with the senior national team in 2017 and has earned two caps.