Following a loan spell with Swedish side BK Hacken, former Rangers International forward Chisom Egbuchulam has returned to the Swedish league with another club Falkenbergs FF.
The skilful attacker left Hacken after the club failed to make his loan spell permanent and returned to Nigeria before the Falkenbergs deal came on board.
Chisom Egbuchulam played ten matches for BK Häcken in Sweden last season. He also netted a hat trick against Kvibille in the Swedish Cup.
Club director Hakan Nilsson excited about securing the services of Egbuchulam says “Chisom is a fast-paced forward that we hope can complement the other forwards in a good way.
“We have received work permits and game clearance from the Swedish Football Association and what we are waiting for is a screening summary that will allow us to get him as soon as possible,”he added.
Reacting to the move, the player stated how excited he in securing the deal.
“I had other alternatives in Sweden and abroad, but I chose FFF because I want to help the team to create history during the season by returning to the top. Hopefully we win the league,”he said.
“The team ended fourth last year and I think we can do it better this year and finish first or second,” he told the club website.
Chisom Egbuchulam scored an amazing 16 goals for rangers two season ago to help capture the league after 32 years of wait.