Former Ashantigold striker Shafiu Mumuni has reportedly completed a move to Iraqi Premier League side Erbil SC on a free transfer.

The Ghanaian striker has joined the Iraqi side on a one year deal on a free transfer after successful negotiations.

Mumuni was the top scorer of the WAFU Zone B tournament in 2019 where Ghana finished as runner up after scoring four goals in the tournament.

He rose to prominence after the tournament and completed a move to North Africa despite keen interest from top Ghanaian clubs Kotoko and Hearts.

Mumuni has been a free agent since leaving Tunisian side US Monastir in January 2020 after his contract was abrogated after four months.

The Ghanaian striker scored a solitary goal and provided one assist in seven games for US Monastir across all competitions.

Shafiu Mumuni was on the wishlist of several local clubs but spurn their interest for pastures anew in North Africa after leaving Ashantigold on a free transfer.