Dream Team VII attacker Taiwo Awoniyi says he won’t have any problem moving on from English Premier League side Liverpool in the summer if he can’t get a work permit to play in England.
Awoniyi joined the Reds back in 2015 but still hasn’t made any appearance for the Club in any competition, as he has been loaned across Europe.
The attacker has played in Germany, Netherlands and Belgian as the Reds search for a solution to keep him happy, although his non-involvement in the Nigeria senior national team also made life difficult for the young forward who has a dream of representing the Reds.
“It saddens my heart that it’s been difficult to get a work permit for the past four years,”
“At the end of the season, we have to go back to Liverpool to discuss.
“Everyone knows the importance of the work permit and how it works, and that you’d need to play for your national team.
“If you don’t get a chance with your national team then it becomes difficult to get it.
“Personally, I chose Liverpool because I would love to play in the English Premier League for Liverpool.
“If God says it will happen then it will, but if not then I can only go on with my life and career.”
Meanwhile, some reports have it that the Reds are ready to listen to offers if they are unable to secure a work permit for the U-17 World Cup winner come the end of the season.