Nigerian Prodigy To Train With Man Utd, Man City, West Ham, Brighton, Nottingham ForestPublished: February 14, 2019
Nigeria U17 invitee Lateef Omidiji continues to be linked with a transfer to the Premier League in the near future.
The Go Ahead Eagles teen sensation is presently in the country's capital, Abuja training with the national team ahead of their trip to Turkey for an invitation tournament.
Football-wonderkids.co.uk is reporting that Omidiji is set for a two-month trip to England upon his return from Nigeria U17 duties.
The website added that the 15-year-old will spend time on trial with a number of clubs including West Ham, Crystal Palace, Nottingham Forest and Manchester United.
As earlier reported by allnigeriasoccer.com, Arsenal are in pole position for the signature of Omidiji but he's trying to explore other options as nothing has been formalized yet.
Reading, Manchester City and Brighton & Hove are the other clubs he'll train with while in England.
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