Njongo Priso makes permanent move to AEK Larnaka

Njongo Priso will continue playing for AEK Larnaka in the Cypriot First Division after the club sealed a permanent move from Valletta. The news was announced by AEK Larnaka in their official website.

After starting his career in Cameroon, Priso moved to Malta in summer 2007 to join Msida St. Joseph. However after a fine season with the Saints, he signed for Valletta where he spent two years. Last summer, he moved to AEK Larnaka on loan, therefore joining former Valletta coach Ton Caanen, Jordi Cruijff and Luke Dimech.

AEK finished fourth this season to secure a place in the second qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League.