Caleb Ekuban appears to have joined Trabzonspor from Leeds United, despite the English club never confirming it.
The Italian hitman spent last season on loan with the Turkish outfit who were reported to have signed him on a permanent basis in May.
But a lack of announcement from Leeds throughout the whole summer added an element of mystery to whether he had left.
However, Ekuban played and scored a wonder goal in Trabzonspor's Europa League qualifier on Thursday, which indicates that he has indeed signed up.
Here's how he reacted to the goal on Instagram yesterday:
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The Verona-born marksman joined the Championship side two years ago but had a poor first season at Elland Road, netting one goal in 20 Championship outings.
According to The Yorkshire Evening Post, Leeds picked up £2 million for the Ghana international, which is £1.5 million more than what was originally spent on him.
It was a brilliant bit of business by United's Director of Football Victor Orta, but if Ekuban has a goal-laden first season as a permanent Trabzonspor player then his value will rise dramatically.
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