Ikechukwu Ezenwa not in a hurry to go abroad

Super Eagles goalkeeper Ikechukwu Ezenwa

AFCON 2019 bronze medalist, Ikechukwu Ezenwa said he will not rush into signing for a new club after his contract with Nigeria Professional Football League side Katsina United expired.

The Yenagoa-born goalkeeper featured once in the just concluded African Cup of Nations, added that he is seeking a team where his chances of playing for Nigeria can be boosted.

 

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“My contract is over with Katsina United and when I go back home I will need to go through the number of offers I have presently. ” Ezenwa said.

“Many people are clamoring that I need to take my career to abroad but I am not going to be in any hurry to go to a place that I won’t be relevant because my future is very important to me.

“I will like to move to a club that I will be playing consistently and I will have the opportunity to play for Nigeria.

“When I go home I will go back and check the clubs that have made serious offers and I will then decide where to go next.” he concluded.

Ezenwa has played for a total of seven different Nigeria Professional Football League clubs since 2006. He got his first call-up to the Super Eagles in 2015 and has since received a total of 24 caps.

 

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