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Adams Zikiru signs two-year deal with Forest Rangers in Zambia

Ghanaian international Adams Zikiru has completed a move to Ndola-based club Forest Rangers on a two-year deal from Zesco United.

The 24-year-old had been training with NAPSA with many thinking a deal was in the pipeline for the youngster. However, both parties failed to struck a deal which has seen him swiftly join Rangers.

Adams moved to Zambia in 2017, where he joined Nchanga Rangers. He announced his presence when he helped them escape relegation after scoring 13 goals in 15 outings mid-way through the Zambian League.

He was subsequently snapped by Zesco United but lack of playing time has forced the former champions shipped him off to Forest Rangers.

The twilight of his career was when he recently scored four goals against JKU Zanzibar in the Caf Champions League preliminary stage for Zesco.

By: Kofi Amoah

Twitter: @milikykophy


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