Nigerian striker Leke James has dumped Molde for a big-money move to Saudi Arabia club Al-Qadisiyah for an undisclosed fee.
The 28-year-old Kaduna-born finished as Molde’s leading scorer last season with 15 goals from 31 appearances.
However, Molde keen to tie Leke to a new contract but the offer from Al-Qadisiyah was too good for him to turn down.
The Saudi Arabian giant confirmed the move on the club’s YouTube page.
Leke started his career with Bridge Boys in Nigeria before a spell at Aalesund, Beijing Enterprises and Molde.
The Nigerian striker hopes to make his debut for Al-Qadisiyah against Al Wahda on January 31st.