Victor Boniface’s dream move to Bayer Leverkusen is now a reality as the Nigerian striker signed a five-year contract after successfully completing his medicals on Saturday, PUNCH Sports Extra reports.

The talented 22-year-old striker reportedly reached a personal agreement with Leverkusen last week, displaying his unwavering eagerness to make a move to the prestigious German club.

The deal is believed to be worth in excess of €20m plus add-ons.

Boniface’s exceptional performances on the field have not gone unnoticed, particularly after his remarkable display against Xabi Alonso’s team in the UEFA Europa League.

The former Liverpool player showered praise upon the Nigerian’s skills, labeling him as a terrific player and a serious threat to opposition defenses.

With the medical tests successfully completed at the Bay Arena, the pieces immediately fell into place for the transfer to be finalizedand Leverkusen have now secured the promising attacker adding to their offensive firepower.

Boniface’s arrival will bring substantial depth and quality to Leverkusen’s attacking line-up, providing them with a dynamic and talented young striker for the seasons to come.

Leaving Union St. Gilloise just a year after his arrival from Norwegian club Bodo/Glimt, the 22-year-old captured the attention of Leverkusen officials during last season’s UEFA Europa League clashes, notching six goals in the competition and earning the prestigious Europa Goal of the Season award.

Boniface’s signing for Bayer Leverkusen will undoubtedly be a defining moment in the young striker’s career, as he steps onto the grand stage of the German Bundesliga, ready to further make his mark in European football.

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