Hong Kongese-Nigerian defender Brian Fok has reportedly completed a transfer to Hong Kong side Kitchee Sports Club as of Monday, July 15.
The 25-year-old was previously on the books of Shanghai Shenhua and left the Chinese Super League side without making a single appearance for the first team.
He spent time on loan at CF Cracks, ACS Berceni, AZAL and Juventud, and played at Académico de Viseu for the 2018-2019 season.
A product of Pepsi Football Academy, Fok turned out for HKFC Soccer Section, Yau Tsim Mong, Rangers (HKG) and Brooke House College Football Academy before he became a professional.
Born to a Hongkongese father and a Nigerian mother, he has caps for Hong Kong's youth teams but has expressed his wish to play for the Super Eagles in future.
Kitchee Sports Club finished fourth in the Hong Kong Premier League last season and are so for a friendly against English champions Manchester City on July 24.
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