Lagos - Super Eagles midfielder, Raheem Lawal has reportedly pulled interest from Italian Seria A club, AS Roma.
The Nigeria international who star for Turkish club, Eskisehirspor has previously been mentioned in a link to another Turkish club, Galatasaray but Eskisehirspor's technical director, Bahadir Ünalan has given a proper hint on where a real interest is coming from.
Raheem Lawal, 25, is a very hardworking midfielder, he's physical play, tackles and interception gives him an edge. Lawal moved to Eskisehirspor from Mersin Idmanyurdu for €1 million in February and has recorded two goals and another two assist in all competitions last season.
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Eskisehirspor's technical director, Bahadir Ünala informed Radyospor that Roma has shown interest in Nigeria international, Raheem Lawal while he debunked reported interest from Galatasaray.
"There has been no offers from Galatasaray. But we do have an offer from AS Roma and talks are ongoing," said Bahadir
Raheem Lawal played an active role during Nigeria's failed quest to secure a ticket to the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) and helped his club, Eskisehirspor finished 11th in the log last season