Michael Olunga completes his move to China, Guizhou Zhicheng

Chinese Super league side Guizhou Hengfeng Zhicheng has reportedly completed the signing of Harambee stars striker Michael Olunga from Djurgardens IF on an undisclosed deal.

News outlets in Sweden have reported that Guizhou have triggered the Sh467 million fee asked by Djurgaderns. He leaves after the two sides reached an agreement even with three years remaining on

Olunga leaves the Sweden-based club after the two sides reached an agreement even with three years remaining on Olunga’s contract.

Earlier this week, it was reported Olunga – who in his first season in Swedish top flight made the team of the season – had attracted interest from Russian giants CSKA Moscow yet it is Zhicheng that made tangible their interest

Djugardens Sporting Director Bosse Andersson confirmed the move which will become the most expensive deal from a Stockholm club ever.

Olunga scored 12 goals for Djurgardens IF in the 2016 season as they went on to finish seven on the Swedish Premier League.

Olunga’s agent Patrick Dark has also reasserted that in deed the player will be the most expensively sold from Sweden if he leaves Djurgardens.

“I cannot confirm anything except that if Olunga is sold, it will be the most expensive deal from a Stockholm club ever.”

Olunga joined Djurgardens in early 2016 on a four-year contract and went on to finish as the club’s top scorer.

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