- Oghenekaro Etebo is now on the verge of joining Galatasaray from Stoke City
- The Turkish side and Stoke City have agreed terms for the signing of the Nigerian
- Etebo was among the Super Eagles squad that played at the 2019 AFCON
Super Eagles attacking midfielder Oghenekaro Etebo is reportedly ready to continue his football career in Turkey by joining Galatasaray in what is expected to the a three-year deal.
At the recently concluded season in Europe, Etebo played for Spanish side Getafe on loan from English club Stoke City and managed to score only one goal.
According to latest report, the 24-year-old has already agreed personal terms with Galatasaray and the club will soon unveil him as their new player.
Last season, Galatasaray finished sixth on the final table in Turkey and they won't be playing in the Champions League next term.
The club are currently recruiting some big names that will help them in their campaign in the coming Turkish 2020/21 League season.
Etebo started his football career at Lord Honor FC in 2011 and his impressive performances helped him to secure a move to Warri Wolves who were in the topflight then.
He spent four years at Warri Wolves before leaving them to join Feirense where he played 45 games scoring seven goals.
Etebo also played for Las Palmas last two years before moving to English club Stoke City.
Known for his attacking style of football, Etebo was among the Super Eagles players who won bronze medal at the 2019 African Cup of Nations in Egypt.
Earlier, Legit.ng had reported how People of Obagaji community in Agatu local government area of Benue state were thrown into wide jubilation after Super Eagles winger Moses Simon provided three boreholes for them.
Super Eagles star Simon who currently plays for FC Nantes in the French League was not happy that the community never had portable water in its existence.
Moses ordered for three boreholes to be drilled after getting an appeal from the elders of the community about the lack of good water.
A native of Benue State, but has spent the best part of his life in Kaduna State, Simon still considered it a priority to remember the people from the place of his origin.
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