Former Free State Stars defender, Soriola Gege, has joined Montreal Impact FC in the Major League Soccer.
Soccer Laduma recently revealed that Gege has been struggling to secure his future in the 2014/15 season, following attempts at different clubs including Maccabi Netanya of Israel and Santos in Cape Town.
The Nigerian, who made five league starts for Ea La Koto last season before parting ways with the club at the end of the 2013/14 campaign, has found a new home with Impact.
The MLS side confirmed Gege capture on the club’s official website and said the deal was finalised on Tuesday.
“The Montreal Impact announced Tuesday that Nigerian centre back Gege Soriola has joined the club. As per MLS policy, details of the deal were not disclosed.
"Soriola, 25, has played the last three seasons with South African club Free State Stars, in the Premier Soccer League, playing 40 games, 37 as starter.
"He previously played for Nigerian clubs: JUTH F.C., Bayelsa United F.C. and Heartland. He also played in the CAF Champions League (Confederation of African Football).
"At the international level, Soriola played eight games with Nigeria’s senior national team. He also played with the Nigerian U23 team,” impactmontreal.com revealed.