ADO Den Haag Offer Super Eagles Defender Tyronne Ebuehi New ContractPublished: October 04, 2017
Super Eagles right back Tyronne Ebuehi could commit his future to Dutch Eredivisie outfit ADO Den Haag beyond the end of the 2017-2018 season, as per reports.
The Haarlem-born talent has started negotiations with ADO Den Haag over extending his stay at the club.
''The ball is now in the court of Tyronne and his intermediary," said ADO Den Haag manager football business Jeffrey van As to Voetbal International
Ebuehi began his career with the youth setup at SV Hoofddorp, before representing VV Young Boys and HFC Edo, then moved to ADO Den Haag in 2013.
The 21-year-old broke into ADO Den Haag's first team during the 2015-2016 season and has made 61 appearances to date, scoring once against Go Ahead Eagles.
He was one of the five players named on the Super Eagles standby list for their World Cup qualifier against Zambia on Saturday.
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