Reports in France indicates that former Super Eagles captain and Lille shot stopper Vincent Enyeama may join struggling French club Angers SCO when the January transfer window opens reports AOIFootball.com.
The former Bnei Yehuda goalie recently returned to the pitch after featuring for Lille’s U-18s in a French fourth-tier division game early this month.
Enyeama spent seven months out due to a knee injury, but has returned back to his feet. According to French website, Sportune.fr he is expected to take the place of Angers SCO’s second choice goalkeeper Mathieu Michel who is close to a return to Ligue 2 side Nimes Olympique.
The report further reveals that Angers SCO must splash €500,000 to €1m to land Enyeama who has 18 months left on his current deal with Lille.
Enyeama’s return to club football action six months to the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia may reignite calls for his return to the Super Eagles squad with the trio of Daniel Akpeyi, Ikechukwu Ezenwa and Francis Uzoho not inspiring confidence.
Angers are currently 19th in the Ligue 1 table with 18 points from 19 games.