Former Nigeria U23 goalkeeper, Yusuf Mohammed has ended his stint with Kano Pillars and pitched tent with Kwara United, reports Footballlive.ng.
The goalkeeper won three league titles with Masu Gida and featured in as many matches as possible.
The shot stopper has already started training with his new teammates.
According to Yusuf Mohammed, the desire for a fresh challenge was behind his decision to leave Pillars for Kwara United.
“I needed a fresh challenge in my career and wanted to start something new,” he explained to Footballlive.ng.
“Coach Abubakar Bala was also a determinant. He made it clear that my services was needed at Kwara United. I thought of it and decided to move to the club.”
The goalie who was part of Nigeria’s winning team to the 2015 CAF U23 Cup of Nations thanked the entire Pillars family for the chance to serve.
He is expected to give competition to Jonah Usman and Chidiebere Eze at Kwara United.