England-based Nigerian youngster, Aramide Oteh has moved again on loan from Queens Park Rangers, as he on Thursday joined lower division side, Colchester United, just a week after returning from a similar deal at Stevenage.
Megasportsarena.com gathered that the enterprising 22-year-old attacker, who spent ten years at the academy of Tottenham Hotspur in London prior to his move to QPR in 2017, will now aim to make his best playing in England’s League Two.
Colchester have confirmed the youngster’s arrival and revealed that he has been signed on loan for the remainder of the current campaign, with great expectations already preceding the lad, who spent the first half of the season on loan at Stevenage.
During his time with Stevenage, Oteh scored four goals in 15 matches before he was recalled by QPR earlier this month, but they have given another temporary spell to the attacker, who also previously enjoyed loan spells at Walsall and Bradford City, with 35 games in total for both.
Subject to clearance from the English Football League, he will be available for Colchester’s next third-tier league match versus Morecambe on Saturday, during which he will line out in jersey number nine and hope to hit top marks with the team, who are currently 13th on the log, with 30 points from 22 games.