Recently invited Nigeria U23 goalkeeper Olawale Oremade won’t be moving to English Premier League side Watford soonest as the club has decided to follow up interest in him after the World Youth Championship in Poland.
Oremade caught the attention of scouts of the club with an impressive performance at the recently concluded Africa U20 Cup of Nations and talks over a move was held after the tournament.
However Sports&study.com exclusively gathered that the move has been put on hold as the club has now decided to wait until after the World Youth Championship in Poland before deciding on a move for the 18 year old who stands at an impressive height of over six feet tall.
Already he has been called up to the Nigeria U23 team ahead of their qualifiers against Libya next week, thanks to his impressive performance for the U20 where he also earned praises from coach of the senior national team of Nigeria.
Aside Watford teams in Slovakia, Czech Republic, France and Belgium have all signify their interest in signing the shot stopper who moved to Nigeria Professional Football League side Kwara United last week on a short term deal till the end of the season