Senegalese striker Diomansy Kamara has joined Turkish football club Eskisehirspor.
Kamara, who was recently playing for British Premier League team Fulham, signed a 3-year contract with Eskisehirspor, a statement from the Turkish club said on Friday.
Kamara, born in Paris, France in 1980, began his professional football career with Red Star 93 in 1998.
The striker later joined Italy's Catanzaro and Modena, and then transferred to Premier League's Portsmouth and West Bromwich Albion respectively. Having signed with Fulham in 2007, Kamara also played for Celtic and Leicester City teams on loan.
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