[Report] Wexford’s Festy Ebosele Could Be Moving To A New Club

Wexford’s Festy Ebosele could be moving to a new club…

Irish-born Ebosele, who played with Moyne Rangers in Enniscorthy during his underage footballing career, secured his move to Serie A side, Udinese, ahead of the 2022 season.

Ebosele, who is still just 21-years-old, made his debut at AC Milan Italy’s most famous football ground, the San Siro, back in August after coming on as an 83rd minute substitute for Udinese FC.

However, he has struggled to gain minutes for Udinese in his debut season, being employed by manager Sottil just three times.

New reports from an Italian sports outlet have suggested that Ebosele is in talks to join a new club.

Italian outlet, TUTTOmercatoWEB, are reporting that Festy Ebosele is in advanced talks to join Serie A side, Salernitana, on loan.

The loan move would be a positive one for Ebosele given the lack of minutes he has received with Udinese. It no doubt would allow him to continue progressing as a professional football player, gaining vital minutes on the football field.

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