Stellenbosch Fc have finalized the signing of Nigerian youth international Ibraheem Jabaar from Ijebu United on a long period contract.
Jabaar, who is 18 years old, have developed a very promising reputation as he is one of the most talented youngsters in Nigeria since getting into the scene during the U-17 African Cup of Nations tournament where he managed to score 2 goals in 4 games as the Nigerians finished 4th.
Jabaar then went on to represent his nation in the under 17 FIFA World Cup in Brazil and featured in every game before The Dutch knocked them out in the round of 16.
Stellies statement read as follows," We are excited to alert that we have signed this young Nigerian Youth International who have signed papers with Stellenbosch."
Nigerian football mastermind Tosin Holmes have maintained that the PSL have snagged a 'gem' as they continue signing talent across the continent.
"He is a great player, his got pace, he can move between the lines, great passer of the ball and has played at the under 17 World Cup, he is surely destined for big things, Stellenbosch have signed a real gem," he said.
Stellenbosch will be aiming to move up from position number 11 within the table when they face Golden Arrows at the Danie Craven Stadium this upcoming Friday at 17h00.
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