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Super Eagle-Watford defender contact ends after three seasons

Super Eagles-Watford defender contact ends after three seasons
Nigeria Super Eagles’s second Captain Troost Ekong has announced that his time at English football club Watford has come to an end after three seasons.

The defender joined Watford from Italian team Udinese in September 2020 and went on to make 70 appearances for the club. However, this season he has fallen out of favour and has not been featured in the starting lineup on several occasions. Reports suggest that he may be heading back to Italy for his next move.

In a Facebook post, Troost-Ekong thanked everyone at Watford for making his time at the club special. He expressed his gratitude to the coaches and teammates, as well as the Pozzo family who own the club, for giving him the opportunity to play in the Premier League and achieve his childhood dream.

He also thanked the fans for their support and said that he will be back watching from the stands in the future.

Troost-Ekong concluded by wishing the club all the best for the future and hopes for their promotion to the premier league.

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