Drew Uyi’s Masterstroke: Moses Ebiye’s transfer to Motherwell ignites Scottish dreams

Celebrated FIFA licensed football agent, Drew Uyi is at it again for the right reasons. This time around, the UK-born Nigerian agent and international brand expert, has thrown his hat in the ring to back Nigerian striker Moses Ebiye to succeed at Motherwell.

Moses Ebiye last week signed on the dotted line for Scottish Premiership side Motherwell. The Nigerian was previously in Norway, playing professionally before taking a new turn in his career drive.

The striker, prior to going abroad, played in the Nigeria Professional Football League, with  Akwa United, before moving to Lillestrøm in Norway. He scored three goals during his time at the club and later joined HamKam.

He sharpened his potency in front of the goal at the side, netting four times and providing five assists in 20 appearances before moving to Tromsø in 2021. The 26-year-old banged in goals at Tromso, netting 12 goals and bagging nine assists in 43 games, before his sojourn at Aalesund in 2022.

Before making the move to Motherwell, Moses Ebiye fired in 19 goals in the Norwegian top flight and after managing the transfer process, top FIFA licensed agent Drew Uyi believes the new Motherwell striker has what it takes to do well in the Scottish top flight.

“I believe Moses Ebiye will prove his worth, which is to score goals for Motherwell. The reason he has been signed is clear, to score goals and help the club achieve its stated objectives and from I see of him, Moses Ebiye will come good.

” I see in Moses Ebiye a player who is driven to succeed and passionate about doing well in whatever he puts his hands to do. He is also a disciplined player and these attributes are key to surviving in the top flight of Scottish football “, said Drew Uyi, who was physically present during the signing ceremony of Moses Ebiye by Motherwell.

Recall that at his unveiling, Ebiye said he is delighted with the transfer, adding that he has been spending the past days to acquaint himself with his new teammates.

“I am very happy to have joined the club. It has been good training and getting to know the team. I hope I can make an impact in my time here,” he said

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