Saudi Arabian side Jeddah FC have agreed a deal to sign experienced Cameroonian defender Denis Ngweni Ndasi Kadiang on a free transfer.
Ndasi who spent two seasons on the books Rivers United FC of Nigeria has agreed a bumper deal with the club and finalized formalities for the switch on Friday evening.
He has signed a two-year contract with the club with the club, becoming their latest signing in their efforts to build a strong squad for next season.
The 29-year-old Cameroon international arrives Saudi Arabia with huge experience, having played in Cameroon, Morocco and Nigeria in the past decade.
Ndasi, Cameroon and Nigeria champion with Cotonsport and Rivers United respectively is expected to have an instant impact at ambitious Jeddah FC.
Ndasi made his debut for the Indomitable Lions back in 2015 and has gone on to win four caps and score a goal for his country.
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