Olympiacos striker Emmanuel Emenike has joined Spanish La Liga club Las Palmas on loan.

Emenike will be teaming up with compatriot and Super Eagles striker Oghenekaro Etebo at the Estadio Gran Canaria.

Emenike was a member of the Eagles Team that won the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.

He was snapped up by the Greek champions in July 2017 for €2.5 million from Fenerbahce. However, since his arrival at Karaiskakis Stadium, he has suffered various injuries which have limited his game time.

Las Palmas announced in a statement that Emenike arrives on loan to UD Las Palmas until June 30, 2018.

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“Emenike is a fast forward of great power that can be adapted to any of the three attack positions. He arrived at the Greek Olympiacos after standing out in Turkish football, specifically in the clubs Karabukpor [30 goals in two seasons] and Fenerbahce [16 goals in two seasons], with which he won a league title.

“The international forward, who with Nigeria participated in the 2014 World Cup Brazil, also had a brilliant step for Russian football. In Spartak Moscow he scored 21 goals in 42 games [2011-2014].

“In recent seasons he has played on loan to Al-Ain [United Arab Emirates] and West Ham United where he played 13 games in the Premier League, without scoring any [2015-2016].

“The arrival of the player is scheduled for tomorrow, Thursday, at 05:05pm, on a flight from Madrid. He will undergo a medical examination on Friday in the first hour and around 12:30 will be presented in the press room of the Gran Canaria Stadium.”

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