Dele Ajiboye has signed a contract extension with Plateau United and will remain with the club for the 2020/2021 Nigeria Professional Football League season.
Ajiboye’s initial deal expired at the end of last, however, he agreed to prolong his stay at the club after a fruitful discussion with the management of Abdul Maikaba’s tutored side.
In a chat with brila.net, the Super Eagles goalkeeper admitted that he shunned advances from 3SC and Kwara United to remain in Jos.
“I renewed my contract for many reasons, firstly, I want to play in the Champions League again, if not, I would have preferred to go back home or move closer to my family because there were contacts with Kwara United and 3sc.
” So it was not easy for me to leave my family and the salary was also an improvement on the previous deal, so I just decided to stay for one more season,” he told brila.net.
The former Prime FC of Oshogbo, Wikki Tourists, Kwara United, and Warri Wolves goalkeeper was a member of the Plateau United that won the Nigerian professional football league title for the first time in 2017.
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