Flying Eagles midfielder turns down AC Milan offer

Flying Eagles midfielder, Victor Eletu, has reportedly declined a contract renewal offer from Italian football giants, AC Milan. The 18-year-old had earlier signed a three-year deal with the club in late 2022 after impressing with his performances for Ladan Bosso’s boys, including a vital assist in Nigeria’s 2-0 victory against Argentina. However, recent developments reveal that Eletu has turned down a proposed five-year contract extension from the reigning Serie A champions. While the exact reasons behind his decision remain undisclosed, speculations suggest that the player may be seeking new opportunities and challenges in his burgeoning career.

Eletu’s decision highlights his ambition to continue his development and gain valuable playing time at a competitive level. Reports suggest that he could explore the possibility of a transfer away from San Siro if a suitable loan solution is not found. With several clubs likely to be interested in acquiring the services of this promising talent, the coming weeks could be crucial in determining Eletu’s next destination.

AC Milan may still hold hopes of retaining the talented Nigerian midfielder, but his desire for regular first-team action may drive him towards alternative opportunities. Eletu’s rejection of the contract renewal offer raises questions about AC Milan’s plans for the youngster. Nevertheless, Eletu’s potential and talent ensure that he will have no shortage of suitors vying for his signature in the near future.

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