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According to reports in the German media, Nigerian striker Anthony Ujah, has reportedly agreed in principle to join newly promoted German Bundesliga side, Hannover 96, AOIFootball.com has gathered.

Ujah has so much experience in the Bundesliga having played for FC Cologne, FSV Mainz 05, and Werder Bremen in the past.

But his Chinese Super League side, Liaoning FC are not willing to sanction the move midway through the season  for the striker who joined the club for €13m a year ago.

 Ujah’s contract at Liaoning FC runs until 2019.

According to Sportsbuzzer.de, the former Werder Bremen striker who only made a switch to Chinese Super League side Liaoning FC last summer is topping the wish-list of Hannover 96’s manager Horst Heldt.

Ujah has made 14 appearances this season in the CSL scoring five goals and providing two assists.

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