Out of favor Super Eagles forwardSone Aluko has completed a move to Championship side Fulham from Hull City.
The club in an official statement on its website on Friday wrote: “The Club is happy to announce the arrival of Nigeria international Sone Aluko.
“The 27-year-old attacker joins Fulham on a two-year deal, with a Club option for an additional 12 months, following the expiry of hiscontract at Hull City.
“He will now join up with the rest of the group in Cork as preparations continue for the new season,” The club stated.
After coming through the ranks at Birmingham City, Aluko took in loan spells at both Aberdeen and Blackpool while on the books of the Midlands club.
A permanent switch to Aberdeen came about in 2008, and his form for the Dons saw him sign for Scottish giants Rangers in 2011, where he netted 12 times in 21 league games.
He moved back south of the border in the summer of 2012 when he joined Hull City, and he scored eight goals in 23 matches as the Tigers won promotion to the Premier League, something he helped them do once again last season.
Aluko also has an FA Cup runners-up medal, after coming onas a substitute in their extra-time defeat by Arsenal at Wembley in 2014. The former England youth international, Aluko has represented Nigeria on seven occasions and has scored twice.
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