Mosta have agreed the terms to sign Nigerian forward Johnson Nsumoh, the Times of Malta can confirm.
The 20-year-old forward has agreed terms with the Premier League outfit and has put pen to paper on a four-year contract.
The signing of Nsumoh may well turn out to be a major boost for Mosta FC ahead of their preparations for their UEFA Europa Conference League tie against Spartak Trnava next month.
This is because the Nigerian forward knows well the Slovakian outfit as he was on the books of the club last season.
In fact, Nsumoh joined Spartak Trnava in season 2019-20 and made 11 appearances with the Slovak side.
Nsumoh has already joined the Mosta squad for pre-season and he also formed part of the team that faced Hibernians in a friendly earlier this week.
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