Taiwo Awoniyi comments on Liverpool’s future amid Rangers-Celtic ties – EzAnime.net

Taiwo Awoniyi has been linked to both Rangers and Celtic, but still dreams of becoming a Liverpool star.

90Min reported in January that both sides of Old Firm were looking at Awoniyi and targeting the forward this year.

Awoniyi is currently on loan at Union Berlin in Germany, and his performances have apparently caught the interest of the two Glasgow greats.

Liverpool was reportedly seeking £ 5 million for Awoniyi, even though he has never played a single game for the Reds.

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Awoniyi signed in 2015, but work permit issues mean he has now been loaned out seven times until he can play in England.

The Nigerian has been with FSV Frankfurt, NEC Nijmegen, Excelsior Mouscron, Gent, Mainz and now Union Berlin, but the lack of limits in Nigeria means he has not yet qualified for a work permit.

At 23, Awoniyi needs to settle down soon, and heading to Scotland, where work permits have not been as much of an issue as in England, might make some sense.

Awoniyi has now told World Soccer magazine, quoted by Goal, that Liverpool remains his priority despite ties elsewhere, and he hopes playing in the Bundesliga will help his job open up opportunities.

Photo by Mathias Renner / City-Press via.

The forward added that playing in the Premier League remains his dream and he has shown no real indication that he wants to leave this summer.

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“Liverpool will always be the priority for me and I am grateful to everyone at the club,” said Awoniyi. “I still don’t have a work permit to play in England. But with the new rules in place and the minutes I’ve played in Germany this season, no one knows what the future holds with regard to the UK work permit.

“If I am eligible to play in the UK, I think I can have a say on what my decision will be. Things have changed noticeably with the new rules and this will certainly help me decide my next step. Liverpool is a very special club. They are always in contact to see how I am doing and to make sure I know that they are following my progress here. It motivates me to know that my parent club is following up and has my best interests at heart. “

“Currently, I remain a Liverpool player until the last day of my contract, but nobody knows what the future holds. My dream has always been to play in the Premier League and that is why I signed for Liverpool. I’m still keeping the dream alive, but if leaving makes it easier, why not? At the moment, it is impossible to say what will happen in the future, “he added.

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