Lagos - Super Eagles defender Azubuike Egwuekwe is back at Warri Wolves after an overseas move failed to materialise.
Egwuekwe had reportedly been looking at a possible transfer to West Ham United in England as well as Israeli outfit Hapoel Tel Aviv.
But after failing to agree terms with either club, Egwuekwe is now back at Warri Wolves and has joined the Wolves squad in their preparation for the upcoming CAF Confederation Cup preliminary round first leg tie against Burkina Faso's Racing Club de Bobo Dioulasso.
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According to the Nationonlineng website, the Seasiders are currently in camp at a village called Otujeremi in Ughelli, not too far from Warri.
This is to ensure that the players do not have any distractions, as well as enabling the players to become used to a natural playing surface, which will be the surface used when they travel to the Burkina Faso in just over one week's time.For the latest on national news, politics, sport, entertainment and more follow us on Twitter and like our Facebook page.