Done Deal : Derby County Loan Out Promising Nigerian MidfielderPublished: March 08, 2019
Through a publication on their official website, National League club Braintree Town have confirmed the signing of promising Nigerian midfielder Aaron Eyoma.
The 21-year-old is joining The Iron on loan from Championship outfit Derby County.
Eyoma was not in the Derby County U23 side that lost 3-1 to Liverpool U23s in a Premier League 2 clash on Friday afternoon.
He is available for selection on Saturday when Braintree Town host Harrogate Town at Ironmongery Direct Stadium.
Aaron Eyoma, whose younger brother Timothy represents Tottenham Hotspur, spent several years at Arsenal Academy before joining Derby County on a free transfer last summer.
He enjoyed a brief loan spell at Woking earlier in the season, scoring one goal in six appearances before returning to his parent club.
Meanwhile, Nigeria international Efe Ambrose is unlikely to be named in Derby County's matchday 18 against Sheffield Wednesday tomorrow afternoon, having gone the distance for the U23s vs Liverpool.
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