Maltese champions Hibernians have brought in a new addition to their attacking department after announcing the arrival of Yunusa Muritala.
The 22-year-old joins the Maltese club after being on the books of Riga FC of Latvia. In fact, Muritala scored twice in extra-time in a 4-1 victory as Riga FC had eliminated Hibernians from the third qualifying round of the UEFA Europa Conference League last season.
Muritala, who hails from Nigeria, was on the books of other clubs across Europe namely Goztepe of Turkey with whom he played at youth level and KVC Westerlo of Belgium.
In Latvia, he also played for FK Metta as the striker scored 26 goals in 54 appearances with all clubs he played for.
Hibernians face Levadia Tallinn in next Tuesday’s first leg of the second qualifying round of the Europa Conference League.
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