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Etebo Set To Join Greek Club Aris FC

Etebo Set To Join Greek Club Aris FC

Super Eagles midfielder Oghenekaro Etebo is on the verge of moving to Greek club Aris Thessaloniki FC.

According to reports in Greece, Aris and Stoke City have agreed a transfer fee for the player.

Aris are now talking with the player’s representatives to sort out personal terms and other important details.

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Etebo spent last season on loan at Watford but a long-term injury hindered his chances of getting a permanent deal.

The 26-year-old was not registered by Sky Bet Championship club Stoke City this season.

Aris finished third in the Greek Super League last season.

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  • MONKEY POST 2 years ago

    Na wa o…

    How the MIGHTY has FALLEN..

    ETEBO is too BIG for a CLUB like this…


  • Ishaq abdurazak,Alhassan Yusuf,and Raphael onyedika,are very talented midfielders who are ready to grow in the game and they all have a bright future ahead of them……They all play in the Belgian league(Anderlecht,Antwarp,and Brugge) which is known to develop young talented players and unleash them on European football……They are all young and strong with lots of pace in them…….They have all been tipped for greatness by legendary players(kompany,vantogen,maldini) who know the game in and out……Then what is SE coaches still doing with etebo for God’s sake?…..give this young players a chance even if it’s friendly games…… give them caps and help their profile increase…..how can we produce players in big teams(real Madrid, Barcelona, Chelsea, Juventus, Ac Milan etc) in Europe if we keep sticking to players that can not move forward again in club football?…..we have to blood players who have the hope of making big moves in club football in the nearest future…..This three midfielders I mentioned earlier are proven talents that many top European clubs are already monitoring at the moment and we need to integrate them into the national team now even if it’s gradually…..habaaaa?

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