By Izuchukwu Okosi:
Reports in Turkey suggest Turkish Super League side Karabukspor will welcome back Nigeria striker Michael Eneramo when the transfer window opens in January, turkeyfootball.com informs.
The striker who has been capped ten times for the Super Eagles of Nigeria and scored thrice, played on loan for Karabukspor last season when he scored four goals in 16 games.
The former Esperance of Tunisia striker has not been having a great time at his club Istanbul Basaksehir where he has played three games, all as a substitute.
If the deal finally sailed through, the forward who was born in Kaduna will team up with another Super Eagles fringe striker, Joseph Akpala.
Karabukspor are 17th on the league table with eight points from 10 games. He has also played for Besiktas and Sivasspor previously.
The out of favour Super Eagles striker who had expressed regrets for answering the calls to play for the Nigerian national team when he had a golden opportunity to feature for the Carthage Eagles of Tunisia has never played under embattled Super Eagles coach, Stephen Keshi.
“I had the opportunity to play for the Tunisian national team but I decided to play for my fatherland. It was Shuaibu Amodu who invited me to play for Nigeria and I dumped the idea of featuring for the Tunisian national team.
“I was invited to play (for Nigeria) during the qualifiers for the 2010 World Cup. I even scored for Nigeria in one of the matches. But it is rather so sad that I am no longer invited to play for the national team,” he lamented.