Super Eagles right back Tyrone Ebuehi and his representatives have been engaged in contract negotiations with his Dutch club Ado Den Haag, that has now seen the club offer the ever present right back a fresh contract.
Ebuehi 21′ would be running down his current contract at the end of the 2017/2018 season, a situation that has prompted the club into extending their ties with the Nigerian.
”The ball is now in the court of Tyronne and his intermediary,” ADO Den Haag football business manager Jeffrey van As, said to Voetbal International.
Tyrone Ebuehi since joining Den Haag in 2013 has made 57 appearances scoring one goal, his only goal was scored last season.
Ebuehi chose to represent Nigeria despite having the choice to play for the Netherlands where he was born.
The light skinned defender has been listed in the Super Eagles standby team for the World Cup qualifier clash against Zambia on Saturday, after appearing on the bench for several Super Eagles matches.