Burundi’s play maker Gael Bigirimana completed his transfer to an Irish premiership football club Gletoran Football Club last Tuesday for undisclosed fee.
The Burundians talisman was a free agent by the time the Irish based club Glentoran Football Club moved to recruit him.
In a statement released last Tuesday, the Irish club said that the Burundian ace completed his move.
“Glentoran Football Club are delighted to announce the signing of Burundi international Bigirimana Gael . Gael joins Glentoran after playing for clubs such as Coventry city FC, Newcastle FC, Motherwell FC and Hibernian FC,” the statement read.
“Love it, delighted to have joined Glentoran Football club can’t wait to get back on the pitch and make a big impact for the club in the league and in Europe,” said the Burundian ace upon his arrival at the Northern Ireland club.
Gael Bigirimana 26, finally got a team to play for after leaving Hibernian Football club in May where he played once in a 6 months spell.
Gael Bigirimana arrived in the United Kingdom with his family in 2004 and made his debut for Coventry seven years later, before securing a move to Newcastle.
The Glens have won the top flight of Irish football 23 times, placing second in league title behind its main rival Linfield.
The very last time the Glens achieved the title was the 2008-2009 season, the glens have also won the Irish cup 23 times and the Irish League cup 7 times.
The club won the 2019-2020 Irish cup season and became the cup champions, which granted them a qualification in UEFA Europa League 2020-2021.
The Burundian ace Gael Bigirimana signed a one year contract with the club as a free agent.