Former Super Eagles goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama is set to join struggling Ligue 1 side, Angers SCO when the January transfer window snaps open.
Enyeama, who only returned to action recently after being laid-off since April due to injury, will be replacing Angers SCO’s second choice goalkeeper, Mathieu Michel who’s presently on the verge of joining Ligue 2 side, Nimes Olympique.
French website, Sportune.fr reported that Angers SCO are ready to cough out roughly €1 million for the Nigerian’s signature.
Enyeama’s return from injury with the World Cup just around the corner will further add fuel to the burning argument surrounding the Super Eagles goalkeeping department which lacks a bankable degree of confidence.
It’s been proposed that the 35 year old, who retired from international football after a fallout with the then Super Eagles headcoach Sunday Oliseh in 2015, should be called to man the sticks for Nigeria in Russia as none of the present trio of goalkeepers; Ikechukwu Ezenwa, Daniel Akpeyi and
Francis Uzoho has shown the right abilities and confidence to be trusted with such a huge responsibility.
Anger SCO are currently 19th on Ligue 1 log squeezing just a paltry 18 points from 19 game