Isaac Oliseh is planning to take his game back to Europe during this current transfer window as he look set to complete his unfinished business after a not too pleasant first spells in Europe, OwoSports reports.
The 26-years-old Isaac who rose through the ranks at FC Midtjylland U19 graduated to the first team in 2013 though couldn’t tie down a starting birth.
He went out on a two year loan spells at Thisted FC between 2014 and 2015 before sealing a permanent deal to Jomala IK with the contract concluded in December 2016.
The midfielder returned to Nigeria where he joined Nigeria Professional Football League, NPFL side Niger Tornadoes in January for the 2016/2017 football season and ran out his contract with Ikon Allah boys last season after football activities were suspended due to the widespread of global pandemic COVID-19 in Nigeria.
“Its unfortunate I had to end my contract with Tornadoes this way, Covid19 didn’t help at all but God knows it all.
No official bids yet for the Nigerian combative midfielder, but he is optimistic of a return to Europe to continue his footballing career.
“Yeah, I’ve been told by my manager of some talks ongoing, nothing concrete yet but I’m hoping to make good use of my moments in Europe this time if anyone of them work out.