Nigeria winger Moses Usor has penned a permanent contract with Austrian club, LASK.
Usor joined the Blue and Whites on a season-long loan from Czech outfit, Slavia Prague in January.
The move has now been made permanent after his impressive displays for LASK.
The 21-year-old signed a contract until 2028 with the former Austrian champions.
“Moses Usor has developed very strongly in the last few months. We are pleased that he chose us and that we were able to retain a young player with enormous potential for the long term,” sports director, Radovan Vujanovic told the club’s official website.
The former 36 Lions star scored his first European Cup goal for LASK in the Europa League against Royale Union Saint-Gilloise at the end of October.
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