Caleb Ekuban celebrates his goal for Leeds United
Partizani Tirana have completed the signing of former Leeds United striker Edgar Cani on a two-year deal.
The Albanian side bought the player for 400 thousand Euros from Italian side Catania as a replacement for Ghanaian striker Caleb Ekuban.
However, the decision to acquire the 28-year-old has ignited criticism over claims the club should have invested the money to keep the Ghanaian.
Ekuban enjoyed a fabolous campaign last term where he hits double digits in several games.
The African career with an extraordinary parameters with critics questioning the sense in investing in a player who has struggled to score goals.
Ekuban opened his Leeds United debut in a superb style after notching a goal and providing assist in the side’s 4-1 win over Port Vale in the League Cup match on Wednesday.
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