Nigeria international, Hope Akpan is switching clubs again and this time he has secured a two-year deal with Championship side, Bradford City

On their official website on Wednesday, City confirmed that Akpan has signed a two-year deal adding that the Nigerian is itching to get down to work with his new teammates.

The club wrote: "City have secured the highly impressive signing of robust and influential midfielder Hope Akpan.
"Akpan joins City after signing a two-year deal, becoming the Club's ninth signing of the summer in the process."

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Akpan is joining the Bantams on a free transfer from previous club Burton Albion.

The deal is subject to the standard EFL and FA clearances.

Speaking about Akpan's arrival, Head Coach Michael Collins said: "We are really pleased to get Hope into the building.

"We already had excellent quality in that area (midfield), but Hope will add to that whilst also offering a strong physical presence.

"The intensity of the league demands we have quality in all departments to cope, and we feel like we are getting there now."

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