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Championship club set to sign 21-year-old amid Rangers and Sheffield Wednesday transfer links



AFC Bournemouth midfielder Nnamdi Ofoborh is involved in a real deadline day tussle, with both Rangers and Sheffield Wednesday among other clubs seemingly battling it out to sign him.

But it has now emerged – per Football Insider – that he’s agreed to re-join Wycombe Wanderers, who he spent a season on loan at in the 2019/20 campaign as the Chairboys gained promotion to the second tier via the play offs.

Ofoborh’s January saga started when he was linked with a move to Charlton Athletic, but manager Lee Bowyer admitted that bigger clubs were interested in the 21-year-old and it was unlikely he would end up at The Valley.

And not too long later, it was claimed that both Ofoborh and his Bournemouth team-mate Jack Simpson were both heading north of the border to Rangers on pre-contract arrangements, which would kick-in in the summer.

Whilst Simpson has been confirmed to become a Ger in July, Ofoborh hasn’t put pen-to-paper on anything, and whilst he could still sign a deal with Rangers, it looks like he will spend the rest of the season at Adams Park.

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Ofoborh wasn’t ever-present for the Chairboys last season by any means, but he played a key part in their promotion and scored in the first leg of their play off semi-final against Fleetwood Town.

A return to familiar surroundings where he should get plenty of game-time between now and May has probably seemed very attractive as he still weighs up his summer options.

The Verdict

This is actually a really sensible move from Ofoborh if correct, and it gives him a chance to assess every single option available to him between now and the end of the season.

Getting regular minutes at Wycombe – something he won’t get at the Cherries – could develop him into an even better player for next season, and that could be to the benefit of Rangers should they eventually get a pre-contract over the line.

This is great for both the player and Wycombe, who may be bottom of the league but they certainly aren’t relegation certainties just yet.

25 years old, UCLan Sports Journalism graduate, Preston North End fan

ScoopDragon Football News Network

Article title: Championship club set to sign 21-year-old amid Rangers and Sheffield Wednesday transfer links

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