Taiwo Awoniyi has been granted a UK work permit, as he prepares to return to Liverpool ahead of the 2021/2022 season, Goal reports.
However, Awoniyi may yet leave the former Premier League champions, with the Reds receiving offers from at least, seven clubs.
The Nigerian striker signed for Liverpool in 2015, but has spent the past six years out on loan, because of his failure to obtain a work permit.
Awoniyi spent this current campaign with Union Berlin in the Bundesliga.
This week, Awoniyi was finally granted a UK work permit and will now be eligible to play in the Premier League.
Liverpool plan to involve him in the first part of their pre-season schedule, enabling him to finally train with Jurgen Klopp’s senior group and perhaps feature in some friendly fixtures while a host of first-team players who are away on international duty at the European Championship and Copa America.
Governor Dapo Abiodun, has suspended his aide, Abidemi Rufai, who was arrested in the United States for an alleged $350,000 COVID-19 unemployment fraud.
It was reported that Kunle Somorin, Chief press secretary, confirmed the suspension on Tuesday.
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