As many as five players plying their trade in the Nigeria Professional Football League (NPFL) are set to dump their respective clubs for move abroad, Owngoalnigeria.com can exclusively reveal.
Tosin Omoyele : Omoyele of Plateau United headline the players as we gathered he is the subject of bids from teams in the Scandinavian region of Europe and he is possibly heading out of Nigeria in the coming days.
Ikouwem Udoh : Captain of the Nigeria U20 team Ikouwem Udoh is also set to leave the shores of Nigeria for greener pasture with as many as six clubs jostling for his signature. He is still in the country due to the engagement of the Nigeria U20 team.
Nazifi Yahaya: The Nigeria U20 teammate of Udoh, Nazifi Yahaya of Kano Pillars is also expected to return back to Europe for further training after impressing during a two week trial in Denmark with Brondby. He is however not expected to sign professional terms until he turns 18 next year.
Alhassan Ibrahim : Ibrahim is the teammate of Yahaya at Kano Pillars and also in the U20 national team of Nigeria and like Yahaya, he is also closing in on a move away from the Kano based side, specifically after the Nigeria U20 round up their qualifiers against Mauritania this weekend. Denmark has been mentioned as his possible destination.
Junior Lokosa : As widely expected Junior Lokosa of Kano Pillars, who currently lead the scorers in the Nigeria Professional Football League ( NPFL) will according to several reports leave for Norway, where he is expected to sign the dotted lines for a top level team.