Nigeria striker Michael Eneramo has told MTNFootball.com he agreed to join Turkish club Karabukspor on loan because they met his terms.
“I have settled for Karabukspor. I will be there on loan till the end of the season. I chose Karabukspor because I will get the chance to play regular football and they met all my terms as it is with Besiktas. I will do my best for the team,” Eneramo told MTNFootball.com
“Antalyaspor, Eskeshirspor, Elazigspor all wanted me, even Sivasspor want me back, but I am here at Karabukspor for good.”
Eneramo will be a direct replacement for compatriot Joseph Akpala, who has suffered another injury.
The former Esperance of Tunisia captain played 10 games for Besiktas and scored a goal.
He scored 12 goals in the league last season for Sivasspor.