London - With business now officially underway in the summer
transfer window, Nigerian defender Michael Adeyemi is positive he would make
the desired switch before the window closes going by the growing interests in
his services from a number of bigger club sides.
Adeyemi, 21, has been the toast of fans in the lower
division in England where he currently stars for Greenford United, but the
centre-back who also plays from the right side of defence is set for a big move
having undergone trials at some bigger clubs in the past weeks.
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“I have had trials at a number of clubs including Crystal
Palace,” Adeyemi who has stared for a number of clubs like Boehanwood, Walham
Forest and Protouch soccer stated from his base in the UK.
With his eyes on playing for the Super Eagles in no distant
future, Adeyemi stated that he hopes to join the likes of Leon Balogun and
Willam Troost-Ekong who before now were in the diaspora but have now become key
figures in the backline of the Nigeria national team.
“The dream remains to play for my father’s land, I know it’s
a tough call but I am ready to give it my best shot, hopefully my dream will
come true soon,” Adeyemi concluded.
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