Nigerian striker, Brown Ideye, has joined Greek side, Olympiakos.
Ideye’s move to the reigning Greek champions was finalized in time for him to be registered in their Champions League squad, where they face Bayern, Arsenal and Dinamo Zagreb in Group F.
The Nigerina international, who has 25 caps to his name, fell out of manager Tony Pulis’ plans at West Brom after the recent arrivals of strikers Rickie Lambert from Liverpool and Salomon Rondon from Zenit.
The 26-year-old scored just four goals in 26 league appearances for the English club West Brom after joining in July 2014 from Dynamo Kyiv for a then club-record 10 million pounds ($15.4M), but failed to live up to his price tag at The Hawthorns.
Transfer windows has closed for all European clubs until January.
It officially closed Monday midnight.
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