Super Eagles invitee, Cyril Dessers, hopes his future can be quickly sorted out in other to be able to focus on his next line of action.
The Heracles striker enjoyed a fruitful season in the Dutch League before it was cancelled due to the outbreak of the coronavirus.
He has been linked with a move away from the modest Dutch club, following his impressive performances since he joined from FC Utrecht in 2019.
He finished as the joint top-scorer in the league with 15 goals.
Dessers was in line to make his Super Eagles debut after he was invited for the Nations Cup qualifiers against Sierra Leone, but the game was postponed because of Covid-19.
The likes of Fenerbache, Galatasaray, Feyenoord, and Genk are reported to be keen on signing him.
He is hopeful there will be news on his future very soon.
“I hope there will be news soon. I don’t want to drag and wait all summer,” Dessers told Tubantia.
“Without corona, it would have been very different, I think. Now the market is so uncertain; everything is uncertain. With the transfers I made before, I really relied on my gut feeling. The feeling must be top.
“I read somewhere that they want to extend the transfer period to October, they can do that, but really, I don’t want to wait that long and be in uncertainty.”
The 25-year-old was also eligible to play for Belgium, but he opted to represent Nigeria. Dessers was born in Belgium to a Belgian father and Nigerian mother.