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Enyeama wants to remain with Lille

27 August 2014, 16:29

Paris - Nigeria captain Vincent Enyeama is calm about his future, despite rumours that Lille could look to offload him after failing to qualify for the Champions League.

The likes of Rio Mavuba and Salomon Kalou have been linked with moves away from Les Dogues after being knocked out of the play-offs by FC Porto.

The Super Eagles goalkeeper says that although a switch is possible, he is not worried after becoming the latest key member of the squad to be in the transfer rumour mill.

Also read: Rufai salutes Enyeama

"Leaving Lille? I can't rule it out," Enyeama told beIN Sports, in a response about a question about his future. "I like Lille, the club, the city.

"If the club decides to sell me, that is their choice. Personally, I am not particularly looking to leave the club. I'm happy where I am.

"But if the club woke up and said, 'Vincent, you have to go', I would thank them for what they have done and I will."

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