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Ex Flying Eagles midfielder joins FK Nevezis

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Nigerian midfielder, Eletu Peter Etim who represented the country at Poland during the 2019 FIFA U20 World Cup finals, has joined Lithuanian club, FK Nevezis for a fee thought to be €150, 000.

Eletu will also enjoy other add-ons and share of his future sell-on fee as enshrined in his contract.

Eletu put pen to paper on a three-year contract which will see him stay with FK Nevezis which play in the Premier Football League of Lithuania until the year 2024.

The 21-year-old who has previously played for the Under-20 team of Nigeria, Flying Eagles joins Nevezis from Prince Kazeem Eletu Football Academy based in Osapa – Lekki, Lagos State.

During the 2019 FIFA U20 World Cup, Flying Eagles led by coach Paul Aigbogun, did not impress with the squad crashing out in the group stages, much ro the consternation of Nigerians.

Now, Eletu’s Euro move appears to have highlighted some bright moments in the team as it brings to the table a measure of quality assemblage by the England trained coach, Aigbogun.

A statement from the player’s representative revealed: “We are happy to announce that Allele Celestine (CEO of Efraj Global Services Ltd) have successfully concluded the signing of the ex-Nigerian U-20 World Cup team youth international versatile midfielder, Eletu Peter Etim, to FK NEVEZIS in the Premier Football League of Lithuania on a 3-year contract.

“The midfielder joins from the Osapa London Estate-Lekki based side, Prince Kazeem Eletu Football Academy.” 

Allele Celestine is a Nigerian registered NFF/FIFA licensed Player’s Intermediary and also the Exclusive Agent/Representative of the young Nigerian player.

Eletu was a member of the Flying Eagles squad team to the U-20 Africa Cup of Nations in Niger Republic in 2019 and also represented Nigeria at the FIFA U-20 World Cup in Poland.

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