Super Eagles goalkeeper, Ikechukwu Ezenwa is in the market to be snapped up by interested suitors having declared himself without a club.

Contrary to wide belief, Ezenwa says his contract with Nigeria Professional Football League side, FC IfeanyiUbah expired last season.

The 28-year old says he is now a free player and is open to joining other clubs.

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“I have served out my one and half year contract with FC Ifeanyiubah. I had a good time with the club, but I just have to move on as a player,” he was quoted by SCORENigeria.

“I have offers presently but I am just studying them because as a national team goalkeeper I need to go to a place where I will get regular action and be in shape ahead of the World Cup.

“It is not all about moving to a club, it is all about where I will play regularly and be in the best shape.

“My agent and I are studying some of these offers before we take a decision and with time the world will know the team I will sign for.”

Ezenwa cancelled his contract with Sunshine Stars over unpaid salaries to join FC Ifeanyiubah.

He is also the skipper of the country’s home-based Eagles, who have qualified for the 2018 CHAN in Morocco.

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