National footballer Shamar Nicholson has joined French Ligue 1 football club Clermont Foot 63 on loan from Russian club Spartak Moscow.
The Jamaican Reggae Boy, who played for local Premier League club Boys’ Town before journeying to Europe to play internationally, took to social media to share some moments from his recent contract signing.
Nicholson inked his new deal on the European transfer window’s deadline day. The striker shared a few photos on Instagram showcasing his new Clermont jersey for home games, expressing that he was grateful for the opportunity.
The twenty-six-year-old was joined at his contract signing by Kevin Cowan, founder of his management team, International Dimension.
Captioning a photo of him and Cowan, the newly minted Clermont player stated, “You have to understand our story to understand our mission.”
Clermont will be Nicholson’s fourth European club since his departure from Boys’ Town, having joined Domzale in Slovenia and Charleroi in Belgium before his time at Spartak Moscow in Russia. According to reports, Nicholson has the option to make the move to Clermont a permanent one after the conclusion of his loan contract at the end of the season.