According to the report from Sport Journalist Oluwashina Okeleji via his verified Twitter handle, England-born youngster Ovie Ejaria is hoping his quest to represent his fatherland, that is; the Super Eagles happen this year, having made it known that he's ready to play for the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations winners ahead of his country of birth.
Ovie Ejaria who is a Liverpool Academy product has been superb for Reading football club of England since the beginning of the season, and he has cemented his spot in the team's first eleven.
The youngster has also been seen as one of the best players in the English Championship alongside his compatriot Michael Olise.
Ejaria who won the 2017 under 20 World Cup title with the young Lions of England has made it known few years back that, he is no longer interested in playing for the English national team, and he is ready to do all he can to play for Nigeria Super Eagles.
The outstanding Midfielder then submitted all the required documents to the World Governing body FIFA last year, but they are yet to be fully signed.
Sport Journalist Oluwashina Okeleji has now reported on Wednesday morning that Ovie Ejaria is hoping that his quest to represent his fatherland which began in 2020 will be sorted out this year, in order to enable him to wear the green-white-green jersey before this year runs to an end.
Ovie Ejaria has already netted three goals as a Midfielder this season with many assists, and he'll be looking forward to continuing his impressive performance when they play their next game this weekend.
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