Turk Ocarqi Limassol of Turkish Cyprus have announced their signing of former Super Eagles striker, Michael Eneramo in a four-month deal, until the end of this season.
Eneramo had been in search of a new club to pay his bills, following his release by Esperance of Tunisia last month, and had to rely on a former agent of Obafemi Akinwunmi Martins to help him broker the new deal in Turkish Cyprus.
The 32-year-old will look to make an impact at the modest club and secure a move to mainstream Europe at the end of the season.
He first featured for Esperance in 2004 and 2010 and won the double with the club in 2007, but has also played for clubs in Algeria, Saudi Arabia and Turkey.
The 32-year-old lists USM Alger, Al-Shabab (KSA), Sivasspor, Besiktas and Karabükspor, as well as İstanbul Başakşehir, Manisaspor, Al-Ettifaq and Lobi Stars.
He was capped 10 times by Nigeria and was member of the squad that qualified for the 2010 World Cup in South Africa.
Eneramo had been in search of a new employer following his release by Tunisian club Esperance last month.
The deal that took the striker to Türk Ocağı Limasol was brokered by Tekin K. Birinci, better known as the agent that used to handle off the pitch affairs for ‘Obagol’ in Turkey.
Eneramo has been handed the number fourteen jersey and is in line to make his debut for Türk Ocağı Limasol on Wednesday in the Cup.