Plateau United forward Tosin Omoyele will join the group of players who have taken their trade abroad from the Nigeria Professional Football League ( NPFL) according to the intermediary who played a role in his trials with Norwegian side Valerenga.
Omoyele spent two weeks with the Norwegian side after spending a week with fellow Norwegian side Stabaek and also few days with Swedish outfit Goteborg, but it appears Valerenga is where he is headed in the summer.
Babawo Mohammed who facilitated the trials through the help of top Norwegian agent Atta Aneke confirmed to Owngoalnigeria.com that he will for sure return back to the Norwegian side in January.
” Omoyele will join Valerenga in January but it is at his own discretion. There’s a gentle man agreement for him to return in January but he can also try other options within that period of time”, Babawo Mohammed told Owngoalnigeria.com.
” His quality is about the best we have domestically. I must confess it will be hard for him to remain in the NPFL till January. We wait still”.