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Tunisian Club Esperance Chase Junior Ajayi

Tunisian Club Esperance  Chase Junior Ajayi

Tunisian giants Esperance are closing in on a deal for Nigeria forward Junior Ajayi, Completesports.com reports.

According to Tunisian sports 9 channel, Esperance are in advanced negotiations to to sign Ajayi and his Al Ahly teammate Amr Soleya.

The duo have just one year left on their contracts.

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Ajayi started his professional career at another Tunisian club CS Sfaxien where he spent just one season before linking up with Al Ahly.

The 25-year-old scored 10 goals in 28 league appearances for CS Sfaxien.

He has so far registered 30 goals in 95 league outings for Al Ahly.

By Adeboye Amosu

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COMMENTS

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  • Footballfanatic 4 months ago

    Common dude you wan play your whole footballing career for North Africa abi wetin na?

     
    • Chima E Samuels 4 months ago

      Football aside North Africa has a very sweet lifestyle to contend with. If no be ball who for know many countries? Who for sabi Argentina or even senegal!!!

       
  • daniel 4 months ago

    my guy, you are quality player, pls come to France or spain, world is fast aprouching, i need you in super Eagle

     
  • Dr. Drey 4 months ago

    Hehehehehe…Time surely always reveals the truth. At least we can all see why this dude was being foisted on us by all means to get a national team invite…..LMAO. Some people even told us he is better than Onuachu, Iheanacho and Dessers combined…..LMAO. All the top scouts of top clubs in Europe must be seriously blind….same scouts who have spotted several Al-ahly players in the past and moved them to Europe.