Former Super Eagles forward Emmanuel Emenike is in talks with Belgian outfit, KVC Westerlo, over a possible transfer to the club.
Emenike started training with Westerlo on Tuesday morning and will look to impress the club as well as landing a contract.
“A new face in the training this morning! KVC Westerlo is in conversation with Emmanuel Emenike. In anticipation of a possible agreement, he is already training with our team,” reads a statement on Westerlo’s Twitter handle on Tuesday.
The 32-year-old has been without a club since ending his loan stint at the Spanish club, Las Palmas in 2018.
He has struggled with injury ever since then and didn’t feature for any club during the 2018/2019 season.
Emenike previously had stints With Karabukspor and Fenerbahce in the Turkish Super Lig, as well as a Premier League side, West Ham United.
The powerful striker was part of Nigeria’s Africa Cup of Nations winning squad in South Africa in 2013.