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Teenage star, Omoruyi, signs first contract with La Liga’s Huesca


Kevin Omoruyi (right) and his father, Osas

Spanish-born Nigerian youngster, Kevin Omoruyi, has signed a professional contract with newly-promoted La Liga side, Huesca. The club emerged champions of the Segundo division in the just-concluded season.

Omoruyi, whose father hails from Edo State, and runs a business outlet in Spain, is still basking in the euphoria of a sensational accomplishment. He is delighted with his first new contract and has promised to double up his efforts in the Spanish top flight.


The Nigerian-born player whose career has taken an upward turn after his club secured a dream berth in the La Liga, said he would work hard to keep the fire burning for Huesca, in the coming 2020-2021 European season.

In his Tweeter handle, Omoruyi wrote, “I am happy to sign my first professional contract with Huesca. We keep working hard.”

Speaking on Omoruyi’s club promotion to the top-flight La Liga matches and his first contract, his manager, Drew Uyi, said the young footballer is very mature, grounded, humble, disciplined.

Uyi, who is also a close family member, added that Omoruyi has adapted to the Spanish way of playing football, having been born and bred in Spain.


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