Georgian professional football league campaigners,FC Torpedo Kutaisi have completed the signing of Nigerian international,Sunday Adeyemi Faleye for a year with option of extension.
Born on 29 November 1998, 24-year-old Sunday Adeyemi Faleye started his professional football career with Nigerian based side, Shooting Stars in 2018.
The dashing and promising winger after its stint with, Shooting Stars went ahead to team up with Nigeria professional football league giants, Akwa United in 2018.
After a stint in the local scene, Sunday Adeyemi Faleye from Akwa United moved to join Austrian side,SCR Altach II in 2019 and later went ahead to play for Wacker Innsbruck II.
In the colours of Wacker Innsbruck II, Sunday Faleye blossomed into a dreaded winger to earn interest from top clubsides.
After a delightful stint with Wacker Innsbruck, the Nigerian international moved to Czech Republic to sign the dotted lines with Dukla Prague in 2021.
After concluding necessary documents signing and passing FC Torpedo Kutaisi routine medicals, the highly rated winger wass formally unveiled by his new employees.
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