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Onduku keeps club future in cooler



Sharks' attacking winger, Gomo Onduku has told supersport.com that he is in no hurry to decide on his future at club level.

Onduku, who was an unused substitute in Nigeria's 3-1 win in an international friendly against Venezuela on Thursday, said he will look at the options before committing himself to a contract.

"I'm not making any decision yet on the club I want to play for in the coming season. There are several offers from Premier League clubs and big clubs too. But I'm looking at the offers and when I'm satisfied with any of them I'll make my decision," said the former Bayelsa United man.

The 19-year-old is not short of offers within and outside the country, supersport.com has been made to understand.

Premier League champions, Kano Pillars, Enyimba, Enugu Rangers, 3SC, Dolphins, Warri Wolves and Bayelsa United are among clubs interested in hooking the Super Eagles' player.

There are also offers from clubs in South Africa and Europe waiting for the winger.

SuperSport United and FC Cape Town are two South African clubs that have shown interest in the Nigerian.

"It's good I'm having several offers from clubs within and outside of the country especially in Europe. But I want to make the best decision that will suit my career and that's why I'm not in a hurry now.

"Hopefully I will have an answer in December on where I will be playing next season or next year," he said.

Onduku was Sharks' leading scorer with nine goals last term and also won the League Bloggers Awards (LBA) Player of the Month for April 2012.



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