Nigerian forward Nnamdi Oduamadi has officially parted ways with Italian giants AC Milan after an 11-year tenure, as his contract with the club expires this summer. Oduamadi, 27, joined AC Milan in 2011 and notably made a single substitute appearance for the Rossoneri during the 2010/11 season, a period when the team claimed the Italian Serie A title under Carlo Ancelotti’s management.
Throughout his stint at Milan, Oduamadi underwent several loan spells, temporarily joining Torino, Varese, Crotone, Latina, Brescia, and HJK Helsinki.
Expressing his gratitude, Oduamadi penned an extensive post on his Instagram page, acknowledging the club’s confidence in him and the opportunities he had to represent AC Milan.
“It’s been an amazing 11-year journey for me – a journey of success, trials, and victories,” Oduamadi expressed in his heartfelt post. “I count it a privilege to have worn this great club’s jersey.”
Acknowledging the pivotal support from AC Milan, he added, “They have shown me love like a family, but unfortunately, a time comes when you get to move on.”
Expressing his fondness for the club, he conveyed his appreciation to the fans and friends he made during his time at Milan, conveying his best wishes for the club’s future endeavors.
Completesportsnigeria.com also understands that Oduamadi is currently in negotiations for a prospective move to Fortuna Düsseldorf, the German side. The talks suggest a new chapter in Oduamadi’s career, paving the way for potential prospects in the German league.