APR FC  said to reach an agreement with Nigerian striker Adepoje Adebare Babatunde

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Adepoje Adebare Babatunde, a Nigerian striker who played for Venda Football Academy in South Africa’s second division, is rumored to have inked terms with APR FC.

The 27-year-old striker joined the South African team at the beginning of this year where he was apart of Nyasa Big Bullets from Malawi.

APR FC is claimed to be planning a return to abroad players for the 2023-24 season, and is one of the players with whom it has talked and is said to have secured an agreement.

APR FC have been reported to be interested in acquiring eight foreign players, including two Canadians, led by Milton Karisa, and negotiations have begun.

It has not officially confirmed the return of foreign players, but its Chairman, Lt Gen Mubarakh Muganga, recently stated that if they perceive a need for a coach, they can bring in a couple to assist them in the CAF Champions league.

APR FC  said to reach an agreement with Nigerian striker Adepoje Adebare Babatunde
APR FC  said to reach an agreement with Nigerian striker Adepoje Adebare Babatunde

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