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Nigerian Striker Michael Eneramo Could Exit Esperance Sportive Du Tunis Over Playing Time.

One-time Super Eagles’ striker Michael Eneramo could be on his way out of Esperance Sportive Du Tunis after finding regular playing time hard to come by in the Tunisian capital.
The 32-year-old has started only once in five of the fourteen league matches in the Tunisian Premier League.
Eneramo’s lack of minutes on the pitch began under former coach Fouazi Benzarti’s tenure and he looks to be faced with a similar fate now that Mondher Kebaier is the Stade Olympique Rades outfit’s manager.
Mondher, the new replacement of Fouazi who walked out on ES after falling out with club supporters, has assessed players at his disposal and doesn’t look impressed with the Nigerian’s contributions, according to sources.
Eneramo, an erstwhile Besiktas attacker, has raked up a combined fifty-one goals in eighty-six appearances for the side and is much revered by fans.
However, the former Lobi Stars’ hit-man is reportedly prepared to leave all that behind him if new gaffer Kebaier continues to see him as surplus to requirements.
Now valued in the region of £180,000, the ten-time capped Nigerian has a contract with Esperance until June’s end this year.
ES acquired the goal-getter on a free transfer following the end of his deal with Saudi Arabian outfit Al-Ettifaq, April last year.
Cashing in on Erenamo will represent a major coup for the Tunisians finance-wise for a player whose services they acquired without a penny.
Meanwhile, Michael’s compatriot Kingsley Eduwo, who recently shunned a $1million offer from an Iraqi club last September, has signed a three-and-half-year deal with CS Sfaxien.

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