Ishaka Recalled By Rangers For Another Trial

A prospective Flying Eagles playmaker Thompson Ishaka, has been invited by Rangers Glasgow for another round of assessment after he impressed with the Rangers B team last summer.

Straight out of the Ladan Bosso’s U-20 camp in Abuja, Ishaka would return to Rangers in Scotland. Because he has been handed a second invitation by Rangers FC.

He will continue a second round of assessment with the club. This time, the possibility of being handed a permanent contract is imminent.

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Last Summer, Ishaka went on a training tour with the Rangers Football Club B team. And according to reports submitted to the club’s Management he was impressive.

But then he couldn’t be signed because he was underaged, and temporarily sidelined due to injury.

Also, conflicting reports said the kid, had trials at several other European clubs.

The 18-year-old failing to make the final list of players for the AFCON U-20 may likely be rewarded with a contract.

Meanwhile, a conflicting speculation out of England has it that Brooke House Academy has slapped £1,000,000 on the youngster. A signing fee which Rangers considers to be expensive.

Before moving to Europe, Ishaka played in the Nigeria National League, NNL. He is an integral part of a Nigerian club, Riverlane Football Club in Enugu state.

He moved to Europe at a tender age, and joined Brooke House Academy, before teaming up with Rangers FC.

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