There is finally some ray of light at the end of the tunnel for out-of-favour Super Eagles striker, Aaron Samuel.

The striker is now set to pick up what is left of his club career again after being on the sidelines owing to unending injuries in the past seasons.

Samuel has now finally linked up with Israeli club, Beitar Jerusalem where he has penned a one-year contract with an option of another season.

Samuel has been without a club after leaving Russian Premier League club, CSKA Moscow by mutual consent this summer.

He initially joined Viktor Goncharenko’s side on loan from the Chinese club Guangzhou R&F in 2016.

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The Nigeria international made his move permanent after putting pen on paper in a four-and-a-half-year deal in January 2017.

Before this latest move, Samuel has featured for European clubs like; Valerenga, Sarpsborg 08, Amker Perm and CSKA Moscow.

He also once had stints in the Chinese Super League with Guangzhou R&F and featured in the Nigeria Professional Football League for the defunct Dolphins Football Club of Port Harcourt and Shooting Stars Sports Club of Ibadan.

His new club Beitar Jerusalem are currently languishing at the base of the Israeli Premier League table after six round of matches.

 Hopefully, with the arrival of Samul, the  Nigerian import can help turn things around soonest.

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