Switzerland side, Lugano are favourites to sign Super Eagles prospect Sebastian Osigwe this summer after membership president Angelo Renzetti demonstrated ongoing negotiation with the player, in accordance to SportingLife.
The especially rated 26-year-old, who helped Kriens to promotion twice in his 143 appearances for the membership and kept forty three easy sheets, parted employer with the group on mutual consent after six successful years.
During an interview with LA2 studios, Lugano president Angelo Renzetti revealed: “We are looking to construct a exact group for next season. There’s a massive possibility of bringing in Sebastian Osigwe, a great goalkeeper from Kriens in the Challenge League championship and Joaquin Ardaiz, a Uruguayan from Major League Soccer (MLS). Talks are in an advanced stage and we are hoping to get it via the line.”
Interestingly, former Swiss Super League champions, FC Thun have already contacted Sebastian’s representatives on a viable go to the membership whilst Stade Laussane Ouchy are keen to sign him as they chase advertising into the elite league.
The Nigerian who has represented Switzerland at the U-15, U-16 and U-18 degrees is desperate to supply opposition in the Super Eagles and that has influenced his choice to alternate clubs.