(SEE DOCUMENT) – Ownership Tussle Threatens Nigeria Rio 2016 Ace Proposed Move To Spanish Side


Nigeria Rio 2016 defender Saturday Keigo Erimuya who has agreed a deal to join Spanish second division side Cadiz is currently embroiled in an ownership tussle that could scuttle the deal.


Owngoalnigeria.com has in it’s possession a document from Lagos based football side Real Sapphire Football Club agreeing a deal with the original owner of the economic right of the defender BJ Foundation before his move to Kayseri Erciyesspor Kulubu Dernegi of Turkey.

In the document, the Lagos based side are entitled to 50% of his future transfer to any team from the Turkish side, but Saturday terminated his deal with the team after returning from the Olympics in Rio.

Saturday refused to return to the team following their relegation to the third division in Turkey, and after months at home, he had a short trial with Cadiz which he passed and was offered a deal which will come to effect in January.

But the deal is apparently on the verge of collapse as Real Sapphire Football Club of Lagos are standing by the agreement they had with BJ Foundation before his move to Turkey in January. SEE DOCUMENT BELOW

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