Former Nigeria international Emmanuel Emenike has joined Greek side Olympiacos FC in what is believed to be €2m move from Turkish giants Fenerbahce.
Emenike was surplus to requirement at Fenerbahce, which necessitated his decision to quit the club.
The fomer Super Eagles goal poacher, who had previously played for Russian side Spatak Moscow and was on loan at West Ham in England last year, was expected to leave the Turkish giant alongside former Arsenal and Manchester United striker Robin Van Persie.
In his first statements as Olympiacos player, Enemikee said: “I want to tell our fans that I am here. I am here to play and I will always give my best. Always when I’m on the pitch, I’ll give my best. For the club and the fans! ”
He scored just eight goals in 25 appearances for Fenerbahce.