UAE 2013 FIFA U-17 World Cup winning midfielder, Chidiebere Nwakali has joined the rank of Nigerian players who will seek to get a new club in the January transfer window, following his decision to cut relations with Rakow Czestochowa of Poland.
Footballlive.ng gathered that Nwakali’s decision to leave the club by mutual consent arose mostly from personal matters, bordering on health issues with a member of his immediate family.
Consequently, Kelechi Nwakali’s older brother is for now unattached, after opting to leave the Polish second division side, which he joined in a permanent deal from Manchester City just six months ago.
Sadly, after Nwakali waited 33 days before playing his first game for the club, due to work permit issues, he eventually played only two matches for Raków Częstochowa, one in the Cup and another in the league.
Nwakali, who played on loan at Malaga, Girona, IK Start, Sogndal and Aberdeen during his stillborn spell with Man City, had nineteen months left on his contract with Częstochowa.
The Polish club’s sports director of Rakow, Łukasz Piworowicz explained: ”The serious problems of the player, a serious illness in the family and the urgent need to return home, influenced turn of events.”