Arinze Inyere Secures Lucrative FC Midtjylland Move From A Top Nigerian Academy

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Nigerian teenage sensation James Arinze Inyere joins a former Danish Superligaen champions FC Midtjylland; reports.

Arinze Inyere will from henceforth ply is trade in the Danish Superligaen after reaching an agreement with FC Midtjylland.

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Arinze was actually a striker when he joined FC Ebedei a Nigeria National League side two years ago. But he was quickly converted into a central/offensive midfielder after the grassroots club’s hierarchy saw great potentials in his game.

Despite switching from his natural wing to a new one, Arinze Inyere stands out by having his strengths in the offensive part of the game. Helping the team move forward and also joining in the defense.

The teenager according to a post on the club’s official website is delighted to start his career in Europe; and with a club who have in it’s youth team ranks young Nigerian players Isa Musa, Obule Sunday Moses, Mark Ugboh and Stanley Iheanacho.

Arinze Inyere joins FC Midtjylland from Nigerian academy

Arinze Inyere will now play his football trade in Denmark.
James Inyere Arinze

According to the club’s official website, one of the many Arinze Inyere’s goals in the future is to play in the English Premier League like his compatriots(Obafemi Martins, Frank Onyeka and Paul Onuachu), who have graduated through the club’s ranks andade it to England.

“It means a lot to me, and it has been a goal since I was very small. Now it’s about working even harder so I can achieve more of my goals,” says James Arinze.

“My biggest dream is to end up in the Premier League, but before then I know that there are many steps that need to be taken.

“I know the boys from Ebedei; Isa Musa, Obule Sunday Moses and Mark Ugboh (the latter two are currently on loan, ed.).

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“The boys can help me and give me good advice on how to deal with the cold and other cultural differences, for example.”

Meanwhile, Arinze is ready to start training with FC Midtjylland U19 squad, who have just returned from the United States; where they took part in the international training tournament, the Dallas Cup.

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