The former Nigeria international has teamed up with the Legends , putting pen to paper on a short-term contract at the Karaiskakis StadiumEmmanuel Emenike finally dumped Turkish side Fenerbache on Wednesday as he penned a ‘’short-term’’ deal with Greek champions Olympiacos.
The experienced forward moved out of Şükrü Saracoğlu Stadium owing to lack of regular playing time in Aykut Kocaman’s squad.
During his time at Fernerbache last season, Emenike made 14 appearances across all competitions - scoring four goals as they finished third in the Super Lig.
With the former Nigeria international a clear choice on the substitute bench, he opted to move to the Karaiskakis Stadium to get regular first-team football.
Goal gathered that the deal would fetch him about €2 million a year (about N800 million).
“I want to let our fans know that I am here to play and give my best for the club. I will always give my best when I am on the pitch; for the club and its fans!,’’ Emenike told club website.