The career of Eagles midfielder Raheem Lawal is back on track after FIFA cleared him to move to Turkey despite refusal by his Spanish club.
Lawal could therefore make his debut for Turkish second division club Adana Demirspor as early as next week.
He was not cleared by Spanish third division side Atletico Beleares, who insisted he return to training.
But he received reprieve from FIFA after it was discovered that Beleares owe him money.
“Raheem got FIFA to cancel his contract with Beleares, who owe him money,” a top source informed MTNFootball.com
Dispute with his Spanish club cost the former Olympic team star a place in the Super Eagles squad for the 2013 AFCON qualifier in Liberia.
He has signed a two-year contract with Adana Demirspor.