Struggling French side target Enyeama

Struggling French Ligue 1 outfit Angers Sporting Club de l’Ouest have reportedly set their sights on securing the the services of former Super Eagles goalkeeper Vincent Enyeama.
The 35-year-old Lille keeper, who sustained a knee injury earlier in the year, returned to the field with Les Dogues’ U18s this month after seven months out of action.
According to reports in the French media on Wednesday, Angers manager Stéphane Moulin wants Enyeama to replace Les Scoïstes’ second goalkeeper Mathieu Michel, who is set to join Nimes Olympique.
L’Equipe claimed Lille had told Angers, who occupy the 19th position in the 20-team elite French league, they must pay €500,000 to €1m to take their Nigerian import to Stade Raymond Kopa during the January transfer window.
Enyeama, who represented Nigeria at the 2002, 2010 and 2014 World Cups, has 18 months left on his contract with Lille.
Lille will not sign any players during next month’s transfer window following their ban by the French football financial regulatory body.

 

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