- The former Akwa United youngster could feature at the 2017/2018 Europa League season
- Reports say Czech Republic side FC Fastav Zlín have tabled an undisclosed fee for the winger
- The 21-year-old has been in blistering form since his move to Liberec as he helped the side stay put in the 1st League
Nigerian youngster Ubong Ekpai is on the radar of Czech Republican side FC Fastav Zlín NAIJ.com can authoritatively report.
Several other clubs have been eyeing the the Maccabi Haifa player who is currently on loan at Slovan Liberec in Czech Republic.
Zlin finished sixth at the last stanza of the 1st League and will now feature once again at the Europa Champions League in the 2017/2018 season.
Reports have it that the club has offered an undisclosed fee for the Nigerian.
"I await their proposal," Ekpai told NAIJ.com. NAIJ.com. "I played in the Europa League last season and this would be another opportunity for me to play at that level again. It will also improve my chance of breaking into the Super Eagles."
FC Fastav Zlín manager Bohumil Páník is said to be making efforts in bolstering his side ahead of the coming season and wants to fortify his attack.
The 21-year-old Nigerian has been in blistering form since his move to Liberec as he helped the side stay put with 5 goals in the 1st League, despite battling relegation before his arrival.
Ekpai is popularly called the ‘Brazil killer’ for his lone strike that helped Nigeria defeat and also cement supremacy over Brazil in a friendly in March 2016.
Below is a video of the Super Eagles as they prepare for the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.