Flying Eagles skipper, Ikouwem Udo Utin, has asserted that he is not in any rush to take any decision despite the influx of foreign clubs clustering him for a contract.

Super Eagles full-back Ikouwem Udoh Utin has completed a loan moved from Maccabi Haifa to newly Promoted Bnei Saknin FC of Israel.

The club confirmed the move for the former Enyimba international defender on their twitter handle on Wednesday.

The Flying Eagles captain who only joined the team last summer had first team opportunities difficult to comeby and only featured in seven league games last season.

The club has now decided to let him on loan in order to get enough playing time under his belt.


“Ikouwem Udoh Utin was loaned to Bnei Saknin, the left back defender joined the Israeli premier league newcomers in order to accumulate playing time and he will be under the supervision of Maccabi Haifa. The Club wishes him all the best”, the club in a statement on the Twitter handle.

Udoh was the captain of the Nigeria’s Flying Eagles that failed to impress at the last FIFA U-20 world cup in Poland.

He made his senior international debut for Nigeria in 2018.

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