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Moses Usor: Nigerian winger seals permanent move to Austrian giants, LASK



Moses Usor

By Wale Mustapha

Talented Nigerian forward Moses Usor has completed his deal to become full player of Austrian side, LASK after few months with the club on loan from Slavia Prague.

The 22 year old arrived Linz at the start of the year for a long loan deal from Czech Republic side with an option to make the deal permanent based on performance.

He has signed a 5 year deal that will see him be a player of LASK till 2028.

Moses has scored 2 goals and 1 assist in 18 games at right wing so far this season as LASK hope to wrestle the Bundesliga from Salzburg.

Usor, a youth product of 36 Lions FC, moved to the Slavia Prague B team in 2022 and scored six goals in nine games.

He was promoted to the senior side and made his professional and Czech First League debut with Slavia Prague as a late substitute in a 2–1 loss to Sparta Prague on 15 May 2022.

On 23 June 2022, he signed a professional contract with the club for three years.

Usor joined Austrian Football Bundesliga club LASK on a season-long loan deal on 18 January 2023.

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