Official: Nigeria-Eligible Winger Extends FC Basel Contract Until 2023Published: February 28, 2019
Through their official website, Swiss Super League side FC Basel have confirmed that Nigeria-eligible winger Noah Okafor has extended his contract with the club.
Basel has extended Okafor's contract for another three years and the deal which was signed today will keep him at the club until the summer of 2023.
The 18-year-old joined FC Basel as an U9, rising through the ranks before making his professional debut on May 19, 2018 against FC Luzern.
Commenting on the new deal, Okafor said : ''I have been playing for FCB since 2008 and have been able to develop my skills step by step.
''My debut against FC Luzern last season and my first two Super League goals against Xamax made a childhood dream come true for me. I am extremely happy and proud to play for this club. ''
Okafor has appeared in 15 matches across all competitions for FC Basel's first team in the current campaign.
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