–Nigeria league’s 20-goal hero in Tunisia to negotiate a deal
Dolphins attacking winger, Emem Eduok, has surprisingly travelled to Tunis to open negotiations with former African champions, Esperance, supersport.com can report.
Eduok, it was learned, arrived in the North African nation at the weekend and is expected to meet with the president of Esperance this week.
Twelve days ago, supersport.com had reported that Eduok had agreed in principle to join Norwegian club on a three-year deal but it appears after lots of pressure on the winger he has decided to “sound out” the Tunisian club.
“I can confirm to you that Emem has travelled to Tunisia,” a close friend to the player revealed to supersport.com on Monday.”But what he told me is that he wants to just sound them out.”
Supersport.com did report more than a week ago that Sarpsborg 08 were waiting to tie down the deal with Dolphins since they were ready to offer around €160,000 to the Nigerian club as well as a sell-on clause of 50 to 60 percent.
The Tunisian club has been in touch with Eduok in the past weeks, and should an agreement be reached, he could undergo medical tests and sign for the Blood and Gold.