Super Eagles prospect, Sebastian Osigwe is on the radar of Stade Laussane Ouchy and FC Thun after Kriens confirmed the exit of the goalkeeper following six successful years with the club, SportingLife.ng can report.
The highly rated 26-year-old helped Kriens to promotion twice in his 143 appearances for the club which produced 43 clean sheets and they are currently fourth in the Swiss Challenge League.
A statement from the club read: ‘Sebastian Osigwe says goodbye to Kleinfeld and leaves the SCK at the end of June. Sebastian looked after our box for six years and experienced two SCK climbs as goalkeeper.
‘Now Sebastian is looking for a new challenge. We wish him all the best and hope to see him again soon in Kleinfeld.’
Interestingly, Osigwe who has represented Switzerland at the U-15, U-16 and U-18 levels is desperate to provide competition in the Super Eagles and that has influenced his decision to change clubs.
Former Swiss Super League champions, FC Thun have already contacted Sebastian’s representatives on a possible move to the club while Stade Laussane Ouchy are keen to sign the 26-year-old as they chase promotion into the elite league.
Sebastian is yet to agree any contract with a new club as more clubs monitor his current situation.