Erstwhile Super Eagles midfielder, Kalu Uche has sealed a short-term deal with Spanish Segunda División side Almeria.
The Andalusian club confirmed Kalu Uche’s return to Juegos Mediterráneos via a statement on their official Twitter handle as the Nigerian striker passed a medical examination and was subsequently offered a deal that will keep him at the club until the end of the 2016-2017 campaign.
Kalu Uche made his Super Eagles on 21 June 2003, in an African Nations Cup qualifier against Angola, and also represented the nation at the 2010 Africa Cup of Nations, After a solid club season Uche was picked for that year’s FIFA World Cup, in South Africa on 17 June, against Greece
Uche moved to Turkish club Kasımpaşa SK, signing a three-year contract on 20 July 2012, in October 2013 he switched teams and countries again, penning a deal with El Jaish SC in Qatar, before signing an 18-month contract with Levante UD on 29 January 2015, after a short stint at Al Rayyan SC.
The former Super Eagles star has since settled down to work and took part in his first training session with the Rojiblancos on Friday morning.