After two years at the Peoples’ Elephant, the Super Eagles player will continue his professional career with the Blood and Gold
Esperance has confirmed the signing of Anayo Iwuala from Nigeria Professional Football League team Enyimba.
After representing the Aba Elephants for two years, the fast wing will continue his career with the Ligue Professional 1 kit.
Following a three-year contract by Blood and Gold, the Super Eagles star will remain at the Stade Olympique de Rades until 2024.
Under the supervision of Radhi Jaidi, Iwuala hopes to help the reigning champions in the elite division of Tunisia to a remarkable outing during next season’s Caf Champions League.
With this step, he follows in the footsteps of Michael Eneramo, who represented the four-time Caf Champions League winners from 2014 to 2010.
In response to this development, former Sunshine Stars striker Dele Olorundare believes the move is good for the youngster as it will help him get better.
“This is a good step for the youngster, and I believe it will improve his development in the beautiful game,” said the former Super Eagles star. Purpose.
‘He will be greatly missed by Enyimba because of his remarkable contributions; However, I feel that Anayo has made a brave decision that will draw the attention of several great teams around the world to see his talents.
‘For him, he was signed by one of the power points in Afrikaans football, Esperance, it is proof that his invitations to Gernot Rohr’s Super Eagles were not a coincidence.
‘Apart from the possibility of training with world – class facilities, I’m glad he would be coached by a legend in the game, but I refer to Radhi Jaidi.
“We can wish him all the best with this new adventure, while we hope it offers him opportunities to play in top European leagues.
The Lagos-born star began his professional career in 2018 in Kada City before moving to Delta Force – where he was signed by the Aba giants.
Thanks to his impressive performance in the Nigeria Professional Football League, Gernot Rohr received a call to senior team.
On 27 March 2021, he made his debut for the three-time African champion in a qualification for the Africa Cup of Nations against Benin Republic.