Flying Eagles and U23 star Godwin Saviour has opted for Belgian top-flight club KV Oostende ahead of Anderlecht and Club Brugge.
Saviour’s transfer is now pending a routine medical early next month.
The Belgian club announced Friday the highly-rated forward from FC Sports of Jos has agreed a three-year contract with a year’s option beginning with an initial year-long loan deal.
The player’s agent further confirmed to that they are getting set to fly out to Belgium for a medical soon.
Oostende already have another Nigeria striker, Joseph Akpala, on their books.
Anderlecht, Club Brugge, Genk as well as Gent were among the clubs who tabled offers for the exciting youngster.
Saviour was considered ahead of Gent star Moses Simon at the recent FIFA U20 World Cup in New Zealand, where he scored twice and provided an assist.
He has also been capped by Nigeria at U17 level and he is currently with the country’s U23 team for a CAF Championship qualifier in Congo.

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