The name Emmanuel Emenike is now well-known in eight countries.
The former Super Eagles striker has landed in Belgium to mark his 10th professional career club. The 32-year-old striker has signed on the dotted line for second division side KVC Westerlo.
Emenike’s newest deal came with much effort. As reported here on Futaa, the former West Ham striker endured trials since the 28th of last month. That was over a year since he was let go by Greek giants Olympiakos in July 2018.
"Thank you Westerlo for making me feel at home and welcome," Eminike posted on Instagram. "Let's get some wins and go for the title. Project Promotion."
So where in the world has the Otuocha-born footballer stayed? Turkey is where the former Delta Force player spent most of his years, before moving to places such as South Africa, UAE, Russia, Spain, and Greece.
- KVC Westerlo (Belgium)
- Olympiacos (Greece)
- UD Las Palmas (Spain)
- West Ham (England)
- Al-Ain FC (UAE)
- Fenerbahce (Turkey)
- Karabükspor (Turkey)
- Mpumalanga Black Aces (South Africa)
- FC Cape Town (South Africa)
- Delta Force FC
- Delta Force F.C. Youth.