The amazing forward player signed the deal on a buyout clause of £250,000. Deep throats from the camp of Wonder reveal that, 3 clubs were at the doors of the promising talent but he opted for el Raja Matruh. Speaking to www.233times.com , Emmanuel Wonder Adewole confirmed that “Itahhad, Zamalek and Al Ahly all wanted me, but I chose Raja.”
Asking the former Arsenal youth striker, Emmanuel Adewole what informed his decision, the confident Wonder said “because of the project they have in mind; which is to build a powerhouse team from scratch and so far they have made 5 signings. I’m also the highest paid player at the club.” He laughed after adding that he is the highest paid.
Adewole who has a great resume in football had a one year contract with Bangladeshi Premier League team, Sheikh Russel KC.
www.233times.com is following up on the proceedings of the young champ and would update Readers.
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