Echeijile joins Cercle Brugge on loan

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By MADUABUCHI KALU with agency report

Super Eagles and AS Manaco defender, EldersonEcheijile has ended his loan at Turkish club Sivasspor to join Belgian second division club CercleBrugge on another loan.

The Nigerian international defender has returned to Belgium from AS Monaco but was sent on another loan spell to a second division club CercleBrugge on another round of loan.

Echeijilewas previously on loan at another Belgian club, Standard Liege.

CercleBruggeare battling for promotion to the top flight in Belgium after many years in the lower league.

Elderson’s childhood friend, Joseph Akpala has also been linked with a move to CercleBrugge from KV Oostende.

Meanwhile, Nigeria international striker,OlarewajuKayode is back at Girona after his loan move to French Ligue 1 side Amiens failed to go through due to administrative errors.

According to reports,Kayodearrived France Wednesday to complete his transfer to Amiens, and had his medicals which he passed ahead of the move but could not make the move due to what was described as administrative lapses.

However, the forward who spent the first half of the season on loan to Spanish LaLiga side Girona from Manchester City, the club he joined in the summer was left disappointed after the move failed to materialise.

The Oracles Today Sports can authoritatively report that it was not only Kayode that is disappointed that the move failed to materialize as the club, Amiens have expressed their intention to lodge an appeal with FIFA to push through the move.

Manchester City agreed a loan deal with Amiens for the 24 years old, with the Ligue 1 side having the option to buy him permanently after his initial loan, but the collapse of the deal means he will now return back to LaLiga side Girona.

At Girona he has failed to make same impact like he had at Austrian side Austria Wien, where he finished as top scorer and also got voted ‎as the best player in the Austrian Bundesliga after scoring 24 goals.

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