Nigeria striker Moffi joins Good from French rivals Lorient
Nigerian worldwide striker Terem Moffi has joined Good from their French Ligue 1 rivals Lorient, the membership introduced on the final day of the January switch window on Tuesday.
Moffi, 23, has signed for Good initially on mortgage till the tip of the season when the switch will grow to be everlasting with the striker signing a contract to 2027.
Completely different sources say Good pays a price of 25 million euros ($27.1m) plus a attainable 5 million euros extra in bonuses, making Moffi their report signing.
Moffi, who used to play in Lithuania and Belgium, has scored 12 targets in Ligue 1 this season, a tally bettered solely by Kylian Mbappe, who has 13 for Paris Saint-Germain.
He had additionally been a goal within the January window for Marseille and golf equipment within the English Premier League.
His departure from Lorient follows that of Dango Ouattara, the Burkina Faso winger who was offered to Bournemouth for a reported 27 million euros.
Moffi’s signing is a press release of intent by Good, who presently lie in mid-table in Ligue 1 however have ambitions of difficult on the prime of the standings underneath their house owners Ineos, the group chaired by Monaco-based British petrochemicals billionaire Jim Ratcliffe who purchased the membership in 2019.
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