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Ajagun snubs big offers



Midfielder Abduljeleel Ajagun has decided to stick to former Nigerian champions, Dolphins for now.

The former Nigerian Under20 player teamed up with his colleagues on Thursday morning in training amid speculation that he is attracting interest from champions Kano Pillars, Enugu Rangers and Cup holders, Heartland.

And Ajagun showed he is still committed to Dolphins by scoring twice in an 11-a-side game.

The midfielder was looking trim and fit during Thursday's training.

The presence of Ajagun in training on Thursday adds to the number of playing personnel from last season's campaign.

Sunday Rotimi, Udoo Ochiogu, Festus Austin, Echendu Adiele, Emeka Atuloma, Ifeanyi Egwim and Abubakar Umar were among the first arrivals as Dolphins opened their pre-season camp last week.

Ajagun has been with Dolphins since 2008 and last term scored four league goals.



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