Ebere Eze makes decision on his international career

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Prospective Super Eagles player and Queens Park Rangers Midfielder, Eberechi Eze has issued a come get me plea to the Nigeria Football federation.

The QPR youngster is one of Nigeria’s most promising talents hottest property and certainly rivals Osimehn and Dessers as the breakout star of the season. Speaking with the Beautiful game podcast in an interview, the 21 year old prolific midfielder who is eligible to play for Nigeria and England as well, revealed he is readily available if called upon by the federation.

“Yes of course, that’s why i don’t want to make any decision on my international duties until I

feel like it is right. I don’t want to make a hasty decision as a long as it’s a privilege to play Aragon, it will be a privilege to play for both”.

“I spoke to the Nigerian federation and they know where I am. I am enjoying my football right now and don’t want any added pressure”.

In the current season before it’s indefinite suspension, Eberechi has notched up 12 goals and assisted 8 more playing from the midfield and in various attacking positions in the Championship.

He’s most likely not to play another season in the lower English tier as a move is imminent.


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