SC Heerenveen winger, Chidera Ejuke has conceded that he will humbly and willingly accept whatever decision his club arrives at in the matter of accepting or rejecting a summer transfer for him, as he believes what the officials want would ultimately be the best for him, megasportsarena.com reports.
Ejuke has been linked with a departure from his modest Dutch club in the upcoming transfer window, with fierce rivals Ajax Amsterdam and Feyenoord credited with an interest in his services.
Feyenoord are believed to be ahead of Ajax in the race for the signature of the highly-talented winger, having made contact with the player’s camp though no official bid has been tabled.
Despite the financial strain caused by the coronavirus crisis, interested clubs could be forced to shell out more than the two million euros Heerenveen paid Valerenga for the player to terminate his contract with the Norwegian club last summer.
Ejuke, who got ten goals and six assists for Heerenveen during his debut season in Holland, told Soccer News Netherlands: “To be honest, if an opportunity arises, then of course it depends on what the club and what I want. What the club ultimately wants will also be best for me.”