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Frank Onyeka Agrees Personal Terms Ahead Brentford Move

Frank Onyeka Agrees Personal Terms Ahead Brentford Move

Nigeria midfielder Frank Onyeka has agreed to join Premier League newcomers Brentford, reports Completesports.com.

According to West London Sport, the Bees are now in the process of obtaining a work permit for the player.

Onyeka is expected to remain in Denmark with Brentford’s sister club FC Midtylland during that process.

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The 23-year-old is expected to undergo his medical in Denmark and keep fit with his current club.

A deal between Midtylland and Brentford is a formality to conclude because they are both owned by Matthew Benham.

Brentford are looking to bolster their squad following promotion to the Premier League.

Aside from midfield, they want to strengthen this summer at right-back, right centre-back, on the wings and at centre-forward, as they prepare for their first season in the Premier League.

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  • Onyeka’s move to the premier league reminds me of Ndidi’s move to the premier league some years ago….Many people doubted That Ndidi will make an impact in the premier league but I knew Ndidi was tailor made for the premier league….I think Bredford too will be needing Onyeka alot this coming season…. They will be hit with many and diverse forms of attack this coming season and they will be needing a good shield in midfield to break-up these attacks….I wish Onyeka all the best in his new challenge.

    • Something tells me that Onyeka is destined for stardom in the English Premier League. He has very comfortable with the ball and has an eye for goals. His shielding, tackling and interception skills are also worldy-wise. I was much impressed with his interpretation of the Defensive midfield role when I saw him play for his Danish club.

      It will be most unfair (in my view) to only start to take him seriously just because he is moving to England: Onyeka has always been a decent midfield from my perspective.

      And moving to England should help enhance his skills and propel his game to greater heights.

      His fan base should also soar as because his talents, potentials and capabilities should no longer be in doubt.

  • Ayphillydegreat 3 years ago

    This is the same player some advocates cried fowl when he was first invited to the SuperEagles by GR. He made his debut against Algeria where he played in midfield with Semi Ajayi and Alex Iwobi for the first time. He showed hi ball playing ability and energy in that game, but because we lost 1-0 in the friendly most GR evil advocates criticized his invitation. Non of them is saying anything on this thread now because the guy is making them eating their words. Fantastic move Onyeka I can only wish you all the best in the premier league. With this move he might have cemented his place beside Ndidi in the SuperEagles midfield in a two defensive midfielder set up in a 4-2-3-1.

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