Former Eredivisie joint-top goalscorer Cyriel Dessers has left Genk for Feyenoord on loan, completing a return to familiar Dutch surroundings as Paul Onuachu stays with the Belgian club.
Ike Ugbo’s arrival at the Belgian FA Cup winners pushed the Nigerian international down the pecking order of strikers.
Wilfred Ndidi and Kelechi Iheanacho have been joined at Leicester City by Ademola Lookman, with the Super Eagles hopeful making another loan switch from Bundesliga side RB Leipzig.
Dessers is not the only Super Eagles star to depart the Luminus Arena on transfer deadline day, as compatriot Stephen Odey also left to team up with Danish Superliga side Randers FC.
It’s a loan deal, but the Horses have included a purchase option for the 23-year-old who spent last season on loan at French Ligue 2 side Amiens.
Cypriot top league side APOEL Nicosia have announced that they have ended their association with Super Eagles goalkeeper Francis Uzoho.
The former Deportivo la Coruna shot-stopper joined Cyprus’ most successful club in 2020, but injuries limited him to just 24 appearances in all competitions for the Legends.
Presently in Nigeria on international duty, the 22-year-old free-agent can sign for any other club even after the transfer window’s closure.
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