Eyong Enoh has left Ajax to sign for Antalyaspor according to the Turkish clubs Twitter account.

  • By Michael Bell
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enoh bThe midfielder has found himself frozen out of the Ajax first team this season, and had to be content with a handful of matches for the reserve side in the Eerste Divisie.

Enoh joined Ajax from Ajax Cape Town back in 2008, and made 149 appearances for the club, whilst scoring four goals to help the club to two league titles and a KNVB Cup.

At the end of last season, Enoh spent a spell on loan in the Premier League with Fulham, but did not impress enough in his eight appearances to gain a permanent move.

The 27-year-old, who has 33 caps for Cameroon, will now join the current 14th placed side in the Turkish league, Antalyaspor. The team coached by Samet Aybaba also contains ex-West Ham defender Anton Ferdinand, and Czech forward Milan Baros.

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