Turkish giants Galatasaray have reportedly transfer listed two Nigerian players ahead of next season.
Turkish sports daily Fanatik says Jesse Sekidika, Valentine Ozornwafor and four other players, who were loaned out in the recently concluded season, have been declared surplus to requirements and have to find a new team.
Sekidika was loaned out to Belgian club OH Leuven for the first half of the campaign and spent the second half of the season at Turkish second-tier club Eyüpspor.
The winger has not really convinced Galatasaray coaching staff of his qualities since joining the club in 2020, considering that he was also loaned out to Konyaspor in the second half of 2020-2021.
Ozornwafor is also out of favour at Galatasaray and agreed loan moves to UD Almeria and RSC Charleroi in search of regular game time.
Sekidika has appeared in nineteen official matches for Galatasaray and Ozornwafor has played just one game, coming off the bench for the last eight minutes in a Super Lig match vs Genclerbirligi on January 9, 2021.
The winger has a contract with Galatasaray until June 30, 2024 and the central defender is in the final year of his contract.
Ozornwafor moved to the Istanbul giants after starring for the Flying Eagles at the 2019 FIFA U20 World Cup and Sekidika was poached from Eskisehirspor in January 2020.
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