Former AC Milan star Nnamdi Oduamadi has joined Italian Serie D side, AC Crema.
Crema made this known on their official website after landing the Nigerian striker in undisclosed fee.
The 30-year-old told the clubs website;
“I am ready and motivated. I will enter the field with the desire to give my contribution and reward the trust that has been given to me by the company and the coach.
“I immediately found harmony with my teammates and I really like the Nero Bianco environment, I feel at home,”
Nnamdi further stressed;
“I’ve never played in Serie D but I know it’s a competitive league. There are strong teams and many young people eager to demonstrate. A new experience that stimulates me and encourages me to give my best. I thank president [Enrico] Zucchi again for the important occasion.”
Nnamdi has a long experience in Serie A and B, making 179 appearances and scoring 41 goals.
He was scouted and registered by Milan in 2008, where he spent over two years in the Rossoneri youth teams, winning the Coppa Italia Primavera in 2010 and scoring over 15 goals in 29 matches.