Swiss-born Nigerian goalkeeper Sebastian Osigwe is on the verge of completing a move FC Lugano in the Swiss super league.
Osigwe left his former club FC Kriens back in April after spending six with the club and helped them secure promotion on two different occasions.
The 26-year-old also kept 45 clean sheets in 143 matches for the club for FC Kriens during his six-year spell at the club.
Former Swiss champions FC Thuns also made contact with the representatives of the goalkeeper according to reports, but Osigwe has already made up his mind to Lugano.
Meanwhile, the deal that will make Osigwe become a Lugano player could be announced next week.
Osigwe was born in Switzerland and has represented the country of his birth at the U-15’s, 16’s and U-18’s levels, but wants to follow the footsteps of his father, Vitalis Osigwe who played for the three-time Africa Champions in the past.
Osigwe has indicated previously that more than ready to switch allegiance to Nigeria and dump the European nation Switzerland.