Nigeria legend Vincent Enyeama has opened up on a potential move to Orlando Pirates or Kaizer Chiefs.
Enyeama has been a free agent since leaving Ligue 1 side LOSC Lille in 2018 but has still been keeping fit while looking out for his next move.
Having spent over a decade in Europe, the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations winner has refused to rule out a return to African football with the Soweto giants.
Speaking to African Football HQ, the Super Eagles’ most-capped player in history claimed it would appeal him should his family comfortably relocate (in South Africa).
“Yeah, why not? Johannesburg is a good place to be,” Enyeama confirmed. “If there’s an opportunity to play at Chiefs or Pirates, why not?
“Football is my life, football is my blood and if there is an opportunity to play and the terms and details are okay and my family and wife are okay with it, then we move.”
The two-time CAF Champions League winner amassed 101 caps for Nigeria over 13 years before retiring from international football back in 2015.
The veteran shot stopper won the African Champions League title twice with Enyimba International before he moved to Europe In 2005 after signing for Israeli side Bnei Yehuda.