Super Eagles assistant coach, Daniel Amokachi, has implored players seeking foreign clubs to be patient before jumping on the transfer bandwagon.
With players leaving the domestic league in droves, the former Super Eagles striker said it would be best if they are a bit patient before securing such moves.
“It doesn’t make sense at all because everything in life takes time; it is ordained. Even God himself, it took him six days to create the world and took a rest after that, before he continued,” Amokachi told sl10.ng.
“They should always wait for their time because it will surely come if it is ordained for them to make it in professional football abroad.”
Amokachi, who took charge of Eagles two games in their recent tour of United Arab Emirates, also condemned the antics of soccer agents.
“In Nigeria now, you have like one player that has signed with five different agents and when you invite them to the national team, they start running around looking for agents to collect their international passports,” he said.
“It doesn’t make sense because at the end of the day, they’re taken to Indonesia or Afghanistan and you see that it doesn’t make sense at all.”
The likes of Peter Ebimobowei, Emem Eduok, Gbolahan Salami, and Osaguna Ighodaro have already signed professional contracts abroad.
The exodus is expected to continue, however, with the Likes of Mfon Udoh, Azubuike Egwuekwe and Kingsley Sokari seeking to join the train.