Indonesian star Greg Nwokolo on verge of joining BEC Tero

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striker revealed his plan to move abroad following the dissolution of the Super League this season, which has has resulted in a Fifa’s sanction.

Thai Premier League club have been in talks with the Nigerian-born’s representatives in recent weeks with a view to completing the move for the 29-year-old.

“There has been talk of meetings with the BEC Tero and I can say we have completed the 95 percent of the deal,” Greg told Goal.

Greg, who previously had a stint in Thailand with Chiangrai United, expressed his desire to get the second chance to pursue another campaign in the Thai’s top tier league.

“I have played in Thailand before and they have an automatic spot for the Asian Champions League. Thai league is also better [than Indonesia]. I hope it will give a great experience for me,” he added.

The former Persebaya Surabaya star has been capped six times for Indonesia national team since his international debut during the 2015 Asian Cup qualifiers against Saudi Arabia in March 2013.

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