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Etebo Set To Join Watford On Loan

Etebo Set To Join Watford On Loan

Premier League newcomers Watford are interested in signing Oghenekaro Peter Etebo from Stoke City, reports Completesports.com.

The Hornets , according to thesun.co.uk are expected to sign the midfielder on loan with option of a permanent deal at the end of the 2021/22 season.

Etebo spent last season on loan at Turkish Super Lig club Galatasaray and has no future at Stoke City.

He made 24 league appearances for Galatasaray last season.

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Watford are keen to bolster their midfield and the Nigeria international will surely be a good addition to the squad.

The 25-year-old joined Stoke City from Portuguese outfit CD Feirense in 2018.

The combative midfielder scored two goals in 45 appearances for the Potters.

The London club already have four Nigerians; William Troost-Ekong, Isaac Success, Tom Dele-Bashiru and Emmanuel Dennis in their squad.

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  • It will be a good move for him if it materializes.

  • Etebo should start robbing shoulders with elite opponent specially EPL players because if Frank Onyeka moves to Bredford then he will surely lose his position as the second combative midfielder to pair ndidi in the midfield….Top5 league syndrome is currently infecting super eagles players….E good

  • Ayphillydegreat 2 weeks ago

    Ndidi, Iheanacho, Ekong, Dennis, Success(if he can stay fit for once), Iwobi, Onyeka, Etebo. Olise, Eze(If both can commit to Nigeria). Who say the SuperEagles are not one of the undisputed favorites to claim the AFCON title in Cameroon??

  • Dr. Drey 2 weeks ago

    This boy made a ghastly mistake when he joined a championship club right ON THE EVE OF PLAYING AT A WORLD CUP. Like seriously, who does that….?! After having had a stellar performance at the Olympics only 2 years earlier and gone on to establish himself as a guaranteed starter in the Senior National team, He took his career 5 steps backwards by moving from the Portuguese top division to an English championship wakky-takky club like Stoke City. It has taken the whole of 3 seasons and some good fortune to now get to where he could have been if only he had a little patience. Aah….Nigerian players and their weird management teams.