Chrisantus completes move to AEK Athens [divider]
Sivasspor forward Macauley Chrisantus has completed his move to Greek side AEK Athens according to SL10.ng
“I’m in Greece now to seal my move, I want to start a fresh page in my career and for me to get this move i forfeited all claims of pay off from Sivaspor as am so eager to get back playing” he told SL10.
Chrisantus will sign an 18-month deal with an option for an additional two-years.
The Nigerian striker joined Sivasspor on a three-year deal last summer from Spanish second division side Las Palmas.
Chrisantus failed to settle in and fell further down the pecking order following the arrival of Nigerian international Michael Eneramo.
Sivasspor are currently in 16th place in the Süper Lig and recently parted ways with head coach Roberto Carlos.
Sergen Yalçın has replaced the former World Cup winner and has only lost one of his four games in charge of the central Anatolian based club.
Sivasspor have scored the fewest goals in the Super Lig this season – 19 league goals.