Kehinde’s time at Randers expired at the end of the season, but he has signed a new deal with the champions of Hungary
Kehinde began his career at Manchester United. He was at the academy from 2013 till 2018 when he left for Feirense. A year later, he joined Danish club Randers.
The 24-year-old midfielder’s first year was on a loan deal. However, Randers signed him permanently the following season on a three-year deal.
During his stay in Denmark, Kehinde made 122 appearances for Randers, and he scored ten goals and assisted 17. He also won the Danish Cup once.
His time at the club has now come to an end, as his contract has expired, and he did not extend his stay.
Nonetheless, Kehinde has announced that he has penned a new deal with Hungarian champions Ferencvaros.
The Hungarian giants have won 34 championships, with five of them coming in the last five years. Kehinde will join Anderson Esiti who joined the club in February 2022.