Kano Pillars could get over 126 million naira from the acquisition of Junior Lokosa by SK Brann Bergen
of Norway if the deal goes according to plan SportingLife.ng has scooped.
Lokosa traveled to Norway for trials with SK Brann Bergenwhich once paraded ex-Junior international,
Chukwuma Akabueze(Bentley) on Sunday and he is expected to round off the trial by next week Tuesday.
The Chairman of Kano Pillars, Tukur Babangida told SportingLife.ng that the league’s leading scorer got
their permission to travel to Norway and that he is expected back in Kano by the end of this month.
He said they got a letter from SK Brann inviting Lokosa for a week-long trial and medical and that they
will open up negotiation as soon as he is able to convince them during the practice sessions he
will have the club.
“It was with our blessing that Lokosa travelled to Norway where he was told to come for trial and
medical,” Babangida told SportingLife.ng.
“He is expected to remain with SK Brann till the end of the month andhe will come back to us. Nothing
has been finalized as we talk but we are going to open negotiation very soon. They sent a letter to us
stating that they will like to invite him for trial and medical.”
When he was asked how much Pillars would be demanding for his transfer fees Babangida affirmed that
they won’t collect anything less than the 300,000 Euros (126,300,000 million naira) they placed on the
same player when he traveled to Bulgaria for a trial with Ludogorets
Lokosa’s 18 goals is still the highest in the Nigerian top flight after 24 matches.