Chippa United goalkeeper Stanley Nwabali insists he hasn’t received any offers for employment following his heroics for Nigeria at the 2023 AFCON.

The 27-year-old former Enyimba, Lobi Stars and Katsina United shotstopper was a key part of the Super Eagles’ run to the AFCON final, where they ultimately lost to hosts Ivory Coast.

Nwabali ended the tournament with four clean sheets and was lauded for his performance in the semi-final penalty shoot-out victoty over South Africa.

He has reportedly been linked with a move to Belgian Pro League club Royale Union Saint-Gilloise, English Championship side Queens Park Rangers as well as Saudi Pro League side Al-Ettifaq, coached by Steven Gerrard.

Nwabali told FARPost: “You see, to be honest, I’ve never seen anything on my table ever since AFCON.

“Maybe those clubs might have spoken to my team or my manager. But at this point, we can’t do anything. And they can’t approach me because it would be unprofessional. They must go to my club or my manager.

“So I don’t know if there’s something on the table maybe waiting for towards summer or transfer window. You know most clubs always do this. When they show interest, you’re opening the way to some other clubs.

“So, some people always keep it a secret, and when they get you, they get you once. For now, I know nothing.”