The joys of the Olympics are yet to end for Godwin Saviour as the Flying Eaglets star on Friday signed a three-year contract with Belgi...
The joys of the Olympics are yet to end for Godwin Saviour as the Flying Eaglets star on Friday signed a three-year contract with Belgian club KSV Roeselare.
Godwin joins the second division side after featuring for KV Oostende in Belgium on a season-long loan. The player, who turned 20 on Monday, is having the best of summers after capturing a bronze medal at the recently concluded Olympics.
A delighted representative Bertram Ekenwa revealed the youngster signed his contract after passing medicals at the club. He further revealed the player’s contract has an option for an additional year.
Last season, he featured for another Belgian club KV Oostende on a season-long loan.
CEO of KSV Roeselare, Johan Plance, would find time to praise his agency expressing satisfaction over the professional manner the transfer was conducted.
“The transfer was professionally handled by both parties. We are hugely indebted to Mr Ekenwa for how he professionally conducted himself throughout the negotiations,” Plance remarked.
“We believe this is the beginning of future collaborations with him.”