NPFL: Out of Contract Tebo Franklin Bids Time Before Jumping Ship

July 20 20:33 2020

By Henry Chijioke

Amidst speculations and offers from several top flight clubs in the country, Nasarawa United center back, Tebo Uchenna Franklin has revealed that he is not in a rush to make a decision concerning his future, in the Nigeria Professional Football League, gathers.

The former FC Vitosha Bistritsa of Bulgaria loanee had apparently seen out his contract with the solid miners, following the cancellation of the 2019/2020 league season as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic that has been ravaging the world since the beginning of the year.

The six feet tall defender who spoke with from his base in Abuja, stated that his next move in the league would not be made in a haste, adding that he is already consulting with both his family and agents, to ensure that only the best decision is made at the end of the day.

“I’m not in a hurry to make any move at the moment, since the lockdown on sports is yet to be eased by the Government, said the soft spoken defender.

“Talks are currently ongoing with my agent and immediate family, and I’m sure the best decision will be arrived at.

Notable NPFL clubs like Plateau United and Wikki Tourists are on the heels of the young defender, as well as Nasarawa United who are currently persuading him to sign and extension, but the former Under 20 Flying Eagles’ invitee insists that his next move will be in the best interest of his career, going forward.

“It’s true that there are offers we’re presently considering, but I really want to take my time, to avoid being in the wrong place per time, he said.

“My agent and I have resolved that my next move is going to be in the best interest of my career, and we’re already working towards that, concluded Franklin.

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