Mjallby AIF and BK Hacken Go For Soon- To - Be- Free- Agent Samuel Ayinoko

Published: October 03, 2014
Mjallby AIF and BK Hacken Go For Soon- To - Be- Free- Agent Samuel Ayinoko

SL10.ng reported on Wednesday that Mjallby AIF and BK Hacken are amongst the teams monitoring the transfer situation of Angelholm FF midfielder Samuel Monday Ayinoko.

The 20-year-old will walk away from ängelholm as a free agent in the next two months except he appends his signature to the two-year deal that has been proposed by the powers that be at the Skane County outfit.
Samuel Ayinoko has failed to sign the contract as he wants to evaluate all the offers he has from interested suitors at the end of this campaign before making a decision on his next destination.
The former Kwara Football Academy starlet has been scouted several times this season by representatives of Mjällby AIF and BK Häcken, and it is understood that both Allsvenskan teams have opened a line of communication with his agent.
Turkish 1 League club  Karsyaka S.K and an unnamed club in Switzerland are also in the race to sign Samuel Monday Ayinoko.
This season, the youngster has shown maturity beyond his years, with 7 goals in 24 appearances, including 20 starts.
Samuel Ayinoko has been on the books of Angelholm since August 2012 after he was snapped up from Benfica, Portugal.
He was recommended to Benfica by Chelseas Portuguese manager Jose Mourinho, who saw him in action in a test game between Kwara Football Academy and Royal Antwerp.

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