Sébastian Osigwe: 26-year-old Goalkeeper Ready To Dump Switzerland For Nigeria

Kriens Torwart Sebastian Osigwe im Cupspiel zwischen dem SC Kriens und dem FC Luzern am Samstag, 12. August 2017 in der Swissporarena Luzern.

Swiss-born goalkeeper Sébastian Osigwe is keen on representing Nigeria on the international scene.

The 26-year-old says playing for Nigeria will be a dream come true for him and one of his career achievements.

Despite being birthed in Switzerland, Osigwe is willing to switch his allegiance to the West African country according to Brila.net.

Osigwe who has once trained with the Flying Eagles has represented Switzerland at the U-15’s, 16’s and U-18 levels, but he’s now hoping to get his first call to the place Super Eagles of Nigeria.

“Getting a national team call up will be one of the best things that will happen to me in 2020. I want to help the national team fight for major honors and playing for Nigeria has always been my dream.” he told journalists on Sunday.

The goalkeeper currently plies his trade at SC Kriens, a Swiss second division side and has kept seven clean sheets from 18 games in all competitions.

Sébastian is hoping to follow the footstep of his father Vitalis Osigwe who also played for Nigeria.