Enugu Rangers’s Chisom Egbuchulam will soon become a player of Tunisian club, Club Africaine.
The forward had attracted interest from another Tunisian club, Etoile du Sahel but the deal fell through due to lack of consent to transfer fee of $150,000 which didn’t meet Enugu Rangers asking of $500,000.
Club Africaine came with an improved offer of $250,000 and it’s obvious that both parties have agreed to terms and details will be formalised on new year’s day.
According to one of Egbuchulam’s representative, who pleaded anonymity, both clubs agreed around 10pm on New Year’s eve and Egbuchulam will officially be a player of Club Africaine by noon today, Sunday 1 January 2017.
“The whole discussion between the parties involved ended around 10pm last night, that’s New Year’s eve and we thank God that Chisom will formally become a player of Club Africaine of Tunisia as the deal will be sealed by noon today January 1,2017,” the source told Goal.