Banbury United have announced that Jefferson Louis is moving to Evo-Stik League South Premier rivals Chesham United
Manager Mike Ford confirmed that the veteran striker would be leaving the Puritans.
Thirt-eight-year-old Louis is a former Football League player with Oxford United, Bristol Rovers and Mansfield Town.
He also has extensive experience of playing in the top-level of non-League football with Woking, Forest Green Rovers, Wrexham, Crawley Town, Stevenage Borough and Rushden & Diamonds.
More recently he has played for Wealdstone and Staines Town before joining National League South side Oxford City in October 2016, making thirty-one appearances for City through to the end of last season, scoring 8 goals.
He joined Banbury in the summer of 2017 and has made twenty-seven appearances and scored 17 goals.
It is expected that all the paperwork will be completed in time for Louis to play for Chesham on Saturday.
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