Kano Pillars ace Prince Agrreh who has twiced failed to take his career abroad in the last three months is presently on trial at Belgian amateur side Beerschot Wilrijk.
The Belgian side are backed by a billionaire owner who reportedly have made them one of the richest team in Belgium, as they reportedly pay higher than some top division teams.
20 year old Aggreh has been training with the team for around a week now, but a decision on his potential signing or not is yet to be made.
Last season Aggreh was one of the best players at Nigeria Premier League side Kano Pillars, that under achieved based on their reputation in Nigeria.
Aggreh has four caps for the Nigeria senior national team, all coming for the B team during their ill fated campaign at the 2016 Africa Nations Championship (CHAN) in Rwanda.
His move to an amateur side comes as a surprise to many as he was few details from joining Norwegian side Stabaek before the deal fell through, and only recently lost out on a trial chance with Israel top division side Bnei Yehuda.