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Super Eagles Star Onazi Pledges Loyalty To Trabzonspor Amid Interest From Spain, Italy

Super Eagles Star Onazi Pledges Loyalty To Trabzonspor Amid Interest From Spain, Italy

Super Eagles Star Onazi Pledges Loyalty To Trabzonspor Amid Interest From Spain, ItalySuper Eagles assistant captain Eddy Onazi will turn down offers from clubs in Italy and Spain in the summer transfer window, according to reports.

The central midfielder had been linked with a return to the Italian Serie A, with Fiorentina said to be in the driving seat for his signature.

Fanatik has reported that the former Lazio man has held talks with Trabzonspor manager Ersun Yanal, the Super Eagles star said he was happy in the club and wishes to continue playing there next season.

The 24-year-old Onazi scored two goals and provided an assist in 38 official matches for the Black Sea club last term.

He captained the Super Eagles in their 2-0 loss to South Africa in an African Cup of Nations qualifier on June 10.

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