Nigeria goalkeeper Dele Alampasu has been unveiled by Maltese outfit, Pieta Hotspurs, reports Completesports.com.
Alampasu linked up with Pieta Hotspurs from Latvian Virsliga giants, FK Ventspils.
The 25-year-old joined Ventspils in February 2020 and made six league appearances for the club.
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Alampasu previously featured for Portuguese clubs, Feirense and Cesarense.
The goalkeeper came into limelight after representing Nigeria U-17 at the 2013 FIFA U-17 World Cup, winning the Golden Glove award, as the Golden Eaglets won their fourth U17 World Cup.
He made his senior debut for Nigeria against the Hawks of Togo in June 2017.