Former Moroka Swallows striker Mame Niang has relocated to Norway after signing with Norwegian Premier League club, Vikings, recently.
Niang initially joined Vikings last season on loan from Wolfsburg after unsuccessful stint with the Bundesliga outfit where he signed few seasons ago from the Dube Birds.
The Senegalese striker's agent Steve Kapeluschnik, has confirmed that the former Lesley Manyathela Golden Boot award winner has signed with the Stavanger City-based club for a 30-month deal.
"Niang struggled with game time in Germany at Wolfsburg but after his loan to Vikings last year, he started to find form and scored couple of goals.
"After his good performance there, Viking has since decided to negotiate for a permanent deal and I am happy to announce that Niang has signed a two-and-a-half year contract with them."
After expressing disappointment to KickOff.com in April last year about his miserable life without game time in Germany, Senegalese striker predicted that he would be happy to start new life in Norway with Vikings.