Peterborough United's Erhun Oztumer Agrees Walsall Switch
 
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Peterborough United's Erhun Oztumer Agrees Walsall Switch
 
Peterborough United's Erhun Oztumer Agrees Walsall Switch

Peterborough United's Erhun Oztumer Agrees Walsall Switch

9:08 am Friday, 17 June 2016  
Walsall Football Club have today announced that 25-year-old, Peterborough United attacking midfielder Erhun Oztumer will be joining the club on a free transfer from 1st July.
Walsall Football Club have today announced that 25-year-old, Peterborough United attacking midfielder Erhun Oztumer will be joining the club on a free transfer from 1st July.

Born in Greenwich, Oztumer, who has agreed a two-year deal, spent nine years at recently-relegated Charlton Athletic prior to joining Turkish side Manisaspor’s youth scheme in 2008.

He then spent time with Sivasspor and Anadolu Uskudar, where he made 35 league appearances, before returning to England with non-league Dulwich Hamlet in 2012.

Oztumer went on to score over 60 goals in all competitions and helped Dulwich win the Isthmian League Division One South title in 2012/13.

He moved to Peterborough United for an undisclosed fee in June 2014 and played 58 times over two seasons with Posh, scoring seven goals.

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