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Etebo Set For January Stoke City Return

Etebo Set For January Stoke City Return

Oghenekaro Etebo is set for a return to Stoke City in January with Turkish giants Galatasaray ready to cut the Nigerian loan stint short, reports Completesports.com.

The midfielder linked up with Fathi Terim’s side on a one-year loan deal in September.

Etebo has however failed to make much impact at the Turk Telekom Stadium, starting just three games.

Overall, the Nigeria international has featured in seven league games without a goal to his name.

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Turkish outlet Fanatik, reports that Galatasaray are looking to cut Etebo’s loan stint by cancelling his contract.

That will see the former Warri Wolves star return to Sky Bet Championship club Stoke City in January.

The 25-year-old moved to Stoke in 2018 from Portuguese outfit CD Feirense and spent the second half of last season on loan at Spanish club Getafe.

He is under contract at Stoke until 2023.

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  • Adeniyi 7 months ago

    And na this kain players Dey make our National team these days o. Ayegbeni wasn’t totally wrong though…in their days, SE players are first team players in their clubs. Which Nigerian striker can score 20league goals a season in the EPL ? Ad

     
  • JimmyBall 7 months ago

    If you are a football player it is very good to know your strengths and weaknesses… Etebo is good but not yet a very polished midfielder. He is strong but does not show much explosion when supporting the attack from midfield anymore. I doubt if he will realy ever cut it in the fast-paced English league structure… with his balance of strength and endurance, I think if he takes his game to Italy, Germany or Spain… he may just get it off again. These days, whatever you do from midfield to attack, you have to add goals to your game… the downside which is what we are seeing with Iwobi never being able to get 6goals a season since turning pro, which is quite low for one with his level playing advanced midfield and wing positions… now, he gets moved even to defensive wing role plays… our boys need to push more and pull more weight at clubs.