Former Super Eagles’ defender, Uche Agbo has received terms of a formal agreement on a full contract with Deportivo La Coruna of Spain, where he has been playing on loan from Standard Liege of Belgium, megasportsarena.com reports.
The deals comes after Agbo’s struggles during his time with Standard Liege, who once had Rabiu Afolabi, Kenneth Omeruo and Elderson Uwa Echiejile on their cards, and the Liege-based Jupiler League outfit have now opted to give him substantive switch to Deportivo.
Details of the report out of Belgium indicate that Standard Liege have agreed a deal worth one million Euro with Spanish club for Agbo, who had been on loan at Deportivo last season and the former Granada of SPaain versatile player will now jump at the opportunity to revive his career this season in the Spanish LaLiga.
A report by La Deniere Heure added that Standard Liege decided to sell Agbo because he failed to convince them during pre-season training that he had improved from the form that saw them loan him out for the past two seasons, after buying him for 2.5m Euro from Watford of England three years ago.
Agbo, who has also played on loan at Sporting Braga of Portugal, will now aij to quickly settle down and concentrate on the huge task of churning out mouth-gaping performances for the club that once had Omonia Nicosia of Cyprus goalkeeper, Francis Odinaka Uzoho in their ranks.