Plateau United striker Ibrahim Mustapha has confessed that he will run like a mad man to Tunisian club Union Sportive De Tataounie if they approach to sign him at the end of the season.
Speaking with journalists in an online platform, Mustapha revealed that he will leave Plateau United if a better come his way.
“I will leave, I will move and run like mad,” said the former Enyimba international goal poacher.
Tunisian club Union Sportive De Tataounie have also joined the race for the striker’s signature, and Plateau United may be without their highest goalscorer next season.
Ramone Rommie Ashiru, who is the representative of Mustapha also confirmed that his client has rejected offers from five European teams in January, but turned it down due to the persuasion from Plateau United coach Abdu Maikaba which will see the player end the season in Nigeria.
It is also believed that Mustapha is considering other offers from Europe, Asia, and America while Nigeria Professional Football League, NPFL, clubs are said to be scared away from his salary demands.
Ibrahim Mustapha scored a brace against Kwara United in the last game for Plateau United before the league was suspended due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Brila reports that the former El Kanemi Warriors and Enyimba International FC striker has also received offer from Algerian side, USM Algiers.
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