Bature Yaro goes on trials in Saudi Arabia

By Daily Sports on December 5, 2017

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Nigeria U23 international midfielder Bature Yaro has begun a two-week trial at a Saudi Arabian club.

A source told SCORENigeria that the former Nasarawa United star hopes to sign a two-year deal if he were successful in the trial.

The enterprising midfielder, who is armed with a decent shot, has been capped by the home-based Eagles and featured at last year’s CHAN.

He was also on the squad who won the 2015 AFCON U23 Pre-Olympics Tournament in Senegal.

Last season, he played for Plateau United as they went on to be the crowned NPFL champions for the first time in their history.

•Photo shows Bature Yaro in action.

Source Daily Sports

Posted December 5, 2017

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