Center back Super Eagles defender, Chidozie Awaziem, has gotten Turkish champions Besiktas, who are ready to strengthen their squad for the coming season, on a move for him. Last season the center back defender, was loaned out from Porto to Portuguese sport club Boavista, and featured in 27 games in all competitions.
As regards to his last seasons performance, the besikta's chiefs were really impressed with the talented star and are ready to sign him into their club. The besikta's chief also added that the club is willing to pay €600,000 as an initial loan deal for the defender before paying €4.4 million for a permanent contract.
The Super Eagles defender, Chidozie Awaziem started playing professionally at the Nigerian club El-Kanemi Warriors in 2011 and played with the club until 2014 before he moved to Italian side FC Porto. The defender was among Porto's second team, playing 62 games and scoring 2 goals before he was added into the clubs main team.
Chidozie Awaziem also started playing for the Super Eagles team since 2017 and has played in 20 games for the three-time African champions scoring a goal.
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