Nigeria U20 midfielder Nnamdi Ofoborh has inked fresh terms with English Premier League side Bournemouth keeping him at the club till the summer of 2021 the club have announced.
The 19 year old who is the captain of the U21s of the Premier League side made his international debut for Nigeria U20 in March in a two legged friendly tie against Egypt few months before he was voted the club’s young player of the year for last season.
Ofoborh is expected to make his debut for the first team of Bournemouth before the end of this season as he has been heavily involved with the first team in training sessions ahead of games.
Highly rated as one of the best emerging prospects at the club, he enhanced his ratings with a stunning goal for the U21s on Tuesday in their 4-1 win over Portsmouth in the Central League Cup.
He smashed home an unstoppable drive twelve minutes from full time to cap a remarkable win for the team that he captains in front of first team manager Eddie Howe who has been impressed by Ofoborh’s progress since joining the club three years ago.