Super Eagles striker Junior Lokosa has arrived in Norway to undergo trials with Norway’s Premier Division side SK Brann with a view to a transfer in the ongoing transfer window.
Norwegian newspaper Bergensavisen says the 24-year-old Kano Pillars star was accompanied to Flesland by his agent, Tella Abiodun, who answered questions on behalf of the player.
Asked about the qualities of Lokosa, Abiodun replied: ”I think you should watch the video, also from the national team. We expect the best of him in Brann.
”Most Nigerian players are team players. Did you see the World Cup? It is the same with all players from Nigeria.”
SK Brann sports manager Rune Soltvedt says they want to check Lokosa, and not only the qualities but also his personality and get to know him better during the days he is in Norway.
Lokosa’s agent, Abiodun, informed on Saturday that he attempted to take ex-Manchester United midfielder Tosin Kehinde to SK Brann, but it appears the player is considering other options.
In the event that Lokosa is offered a deal, he will be loaned out by SK Brann as the rule in Norway states that clubs can not have more than nine players who are not developed in Norway, a quota that has already been filled up by SK Brann.