Nigeria international wants permanent deal at CSKA Moscow

Samuel in February joined CSKA Moscow on loan from Chinese club Guangzhou R&F and has managed two league goals this season.

Moscow Region, Russia. 9th Apr, 2016. CSKA's Aaron Samuel Olanare (L) and Mordovia's Dalibor Stevanovic fight for the ball in their 2015/2016 Russian

Samuel in February joined CSKA Moscow on loan from Chinese club Guangzhou R&F and has managed two league goals this season.

Speaking in an interview, the striker said he would love to stay on at the club when his loan deal expires.

“Yes I would like to stay,” he told . “I would like to stay on but we just have to see how things turn out.”

The striker who is currently out of action with a knee injury also believes he will back before September.

He also talked about the difficulties he encountered when he made the move to Moscow.

“I was new to the team and to the league and they had to introduce me gradually,” he said.

Olanare started his professional career in the Nigerian Professional Football League (NPFL) with Shooting Stars and joined Norwegian team Valerenga in 2012.

In October 2014, Olanare received his first call up for Nigeria national football team by Stephen Keshi to play against Sudan in the 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualification.

On his debut he scored his first goal for Nigeria after coming in as a second half substitute for Nosa Igiebor.

He scored his second goal in a 2-0 away victory over Congo.

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