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Super Eagles forward heads to Serbia

13 January 2015, 17:20Israel Ojoko

Lagos - Super Eagles forward Gbolahan Salami has headed to Serbia in a bid to secure a contract with a first division club.

Salami left the Super Eagles camp in the United Arab Emirates as he did not travel with the rest of the squad to Dubai for a friendly against Yemen, “to go and firm up details of his contract,” a statement from the team’s media officer Ben Alaiya reads.

The player had recently told News24 Nigeria that he will move from Warri Wolves to a foreign club in January.

Also read: Salami delighted to score fifth goal

“I told myself I believe I will be in a foreign club this year, and not just this year, but this January transfer window.”

When asked which club he is talking with, the former Shooting Stars player said he has no particular destination in mind.

“I don’t have any club in mind but I just believe myself I’ll move.”

The rest of the Super Eagles team will play a friendly against Yemen on Saturday in Dubai.

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