The former Molde FK star joined the Turkish club just few days after they announced the signing of Super Eagles star Olanrewaju Kayode, and he has become the club's second signing.
Leke James had a remarkable season with Al Qadisiyah FC in the just concluded season, and his excellent performance for the club made him to be signed by Sivasspor FC.
The Turkish Super Lig giants have started planning ahead of 2021/2022 season, and they've started signing new players in order to boost their squad.
Sivasspor finished at the top five in their League table last season, and that means they'll be playing in the UEFA Europa conference League next season.
Reacting after signing Leke James, Sivasspor football club posted on their verified Twitter handle that;
"Our club (Sivasspor) continues to work on the new pre-season transfer, signed a two years contract with Leke Samson James, who played for the Saudi Arabian team Al Qadisiyah FC last season."
Leke James has been able to score the total number of 103 goals and 22 assists in 222 professional football appearances for his previous clubs, and he'll be looking forward to continuing his impressive form when the new season starts in few weeks time.
Best of Luck to Leke James in his new club.
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