Aaron Tshibola says he is going to a ‘top club’ after the former Aston Villa and Kilmarnock midfielder signed a deal with Turkish side Gençlerbirliği SK.

The midfielder will ply his trade in the second-tier of Turkish football after leaving Kilmarnock at the end of last season. Tshibola has moved club at least once every 12 months since a big-money move from Reading to Aston Villa in 2016.

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The former Aston Villa star is moving abroad after Kilmarnock. (Photo by Rob Casey/SNS Group via Getty Images)

Since that transfer to Aston Villa, he has taken in spells with Nottingham Forest, MK Dons, Waasland Beveren and Aves, alongside two separate stints with Kilmarnock. Tshibola says the new challenge is an exciting one after signing a two-year deal abroad.

He said on social media: “All Glory to God. New chapter new challenge. I am very happy to have the opportunity to play for this top club. We will fight to bring back success to the club this season. Let’s go!”

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