Armenian top-flight side Ararat FC have completed the signing of lethal Cameroonian finisher, Junior Bertrand Mani, on a two-year contract from South African side Cape Town City.
Mani switches from City after failing to reach an agreement with a number of domestic clubs that were keen on securing his services.
The former Colombe forward who finished top scorer in the Cameroon top-flight last season has completed medicals and has been registered as the Club’s latest number 17. He is expected to restore his reputation at Ararat FC, following a disappointing stint in Cape Town.
The two-time Armenian top-flight champions founded six years ago currently occupy the fifth spot on the log, after five rounds of matches.
Mani is the sixth signing of the current window as coach Vardan Minasyan improves the quality at his disposal for the rest of the season.
The intermediate indomitable Lions striker could make his debut for his new club this Friday when Ararat FC host Noah FC in their next league commitment of the 2023/24 season.
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