Transfer: Former Flying Eagles star Ikwuemesi undergoes medical at Serie A club, Salernitana
Former Flying Eagles forward Chukwubukem Ikwuemesi is undergoing medicals at Serie A club Salernitana ahead of a permanent transfer.
According to reports emanating from Italy, Salernitana has reached an agreement with Slovenian club NK Celje for his transfer.
Ikwuemesi was previously close to linking up with Ligue 1 club Le Havre before the deal fell through.
A move to Latvian club Riga FC also failed to materialize.
The 22-year-old registered nine goals and five assists for NK Celje last season.
He featured for the Flying Eagles at the 2020 WAFU B U-20 Championship.
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