Nigerian Footballers Abroad

Benjamin Fredrick pens Brentford contract

Nigerian youngster Benjamin Fredrick has penned a contract with English Premier League side Brentford after coming of age and impressing with performances for the club’s youth team.

Brentford have made a significant move by securing the services of 18-year-old defender Benjamin Fredrick on a permanent basis.

Fredrick, who initially joined the club on a one-year loan deal from the Simoiben Football Academy in Nigeria, has signed a four-year contract with Brentford.

Fredrick caught the attention of Brentford’s management with his impressive performances for the club’s B team, following his standout displays for the Nigeria U20 team in AFCON and World Cup tournaments.

Despite his young age, Fredrick has already made appearances on Brentford’s first-team bench four times this season.

The decision to make Fredrick’s stay permanent reflects Brentford’s satisfaction with his progress and potential. The club sees him as a promising prospect and is committed to nurturing his development within their setup.

Mrs Ibukun Moses Simon, president of the Simoiben Football Academy, expressed her joy at Fredrick’s permanent signing with Brentford.

She highlighted the academy’s dedication to excellence and praised Fredrick’s hard work. The academy sees Fredrick’s achievement as a validation of their commitment to nurturing talent.

Brentford’s move to secure Benjamin Fredrick’s services underscores their belief in his abilities and potential contributions to the club’s future success.

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