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  • Updated: April 30, 2024

Brentford keen to offer Flying Eagles defender permanent signing after loan

Brentford keen to offer Flying Eagles defender permanent sig

English Premier League side Brentford are expected to formalise the sgning of Nigeria U-20 interational,  Benjamin Fredrick on a permanent deal.

Top football tranfer source and Italian journalist, Fabrizio Romano on Tuesday revealed that the Bees have decided to activate the option to sign the Nigerian defender permanently after initially agreeing a loan deal with him.

The 18-year-old joined Brentford last summer on a loan deal from Simoiben FC, an academy owned by Super Eagles forward Moses Simon.

"Brentford trigger buy option to sign Nigerian talented defender Benjamin Frederick (18).

"Brentford decided to activate the option and sign him from Kaduna based Simoiben Academy, sources from Nigeria confirm.

"The contract will be valid until 2028.

Before joining the Premier League side, he was a subject of interests from clubs like Manchester City and Bayern Munich particularly after the 2023 FIFA U20 World Cup.

Brentford have in their books, Super Eagles midfielder, Frank Onyeka.

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