Israeli champions Maccabi Tel Aviv have offered Nigeria international star, Vincent Enyeama a three-year contract. One.co.il reports.
As a result of his lack of first team opportunities at French club Lille, the experienced goalkeeper spent last season on loan at Maccabi Tel Aviv, but had to return to his parent club when that agreement expired at the end of the campaign. However, a credible performance by Enyeama at the FIFA Confederations Cup means clubs are battling for his signature.
It is known that newly promoted La Liga side Almeria are attempting to use their contacts in Israel to lure the Super Eagle to Spain.
Maccabi Tel Aviv general manager Jordi Cruijff, however has been said to have an alternative plan in case Enyeama rejects their overtures.
While Vincent Enyeama is thinking about the proposal from Maccabi Tel Aviv, the leadership is discussing with Cameroon goalie Carlos Kameni.