Moses Adams Rejects Westerlo Offer
Posted: Jul 15, 2012
Ex-Nigeria U20 ace Moses Adams has rejected an offer that could have seen him staying at Belgian club Westerlo for the next three seasons.
Moses, who featured for Nigeria at the 2007 FIFA U20 World Cup in Canada, told MTNFootball.com that he is not ready to stay that long with any team in Belgium as his dream is to play elsewhere after spending five years at Westerlo.
“Westerlo offered me a three-year contract, which I turned down. I have paid my dues in Belgium and I want to move to another league better than that of Belgium, but I will accept a year’s deal so as to get my EU passport. I need to move my career to the next level,” Moses told MTNFootball.com
The midfielder has resumed training with Westerlo, who will feature in the second division in the coming season after they were relegated from the top flight.
“I don’t lack suitors as my agent is in talks with them and soon I will know where to play,” disclosed Adams, who is highly rated in Belgium.
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