Former Nigeria Under-23 attacker Omofoman Freedom has left NPFL champions Enyimba and is in line to seal a deal outside the country.
Freedom spent the last two seasons with the People’s Elephants, helping them to a league triumph last season.
The former AC Kajaani and Warri Wolves forward, who confirmed leaving the eight time champions said:
“It is time to move to the next level in my career and I must use this opportunity to appreciate the management, staff and supporters of Enyimba FC for the wonderful time I spent with them, I will cherish the moments for a long time.”
NFF licensed intermediary and the player’s representative Mr. Eddie Iseri Ogbemudia added that “Freedom has paid his dues with Enyimba and has achieved his target which is getting a league medal with Enyimba.
“In the coming days we will sit and look at the offers we already have for him so that he can quickly get settled to a new club and continue his career.”
Clubs, mostly from the Northern part of Africa are willing to add the Benin city-born player to their fold.