Home-Based Super Eagles players Kalu Orji and Osas Okoro are keen on securing move abroad after failing to renew their contracts with seven-time Nigeria Professional Football League Champions Enugu Rangers.
Centre-back Orji and right-back Okoro were part of Nigeria’s home Eagles team that came second at the recently concluded African Nations Championship (CHAN) in Morocco.
They have been key members of the Rangers team in recent years and played pivotal roles in title success two seasons ago, the club’s first in over 30 years.
Orji speaking to newsmen says he is already in talks with some European clubs, hoping to move to one of the club soon.
“My contract with Rangers ended last season and I didn’t renew it,” Orji said.
“Right now, I’m talking to some clubs in Europe and all things being equal I should move abroad soon.”
Okoro on his own part said “My mind is set on playing abroad and I have some offers on the table which I’m studying.
”I don’t want to reveal anything for now until everything is settled.”Please subscribe to our newsletter