The 22-year-old striker has impressed with Ceske Budejovice, and he has already attracted interest from some top teams
Danish club FC Midtjylland and Czech Republic side Slavia Prague are keeping tabs on Nigeria striker Quadri Adediran, Soccernet reports.
Adediran joined Ceske Budejovice in January from Czech Republic lower league side Dukla Prague, and he has been decent so far. Last season, he registered four goals in 16 appearances for the club.
This season, he has started recently, scoring once in his six Fortuna Liga appearances, two of which were from the bench.
According to OJB Sports, Adediran’s displays have attracted interest from two bigger clubs, Midtjylland and Slavia Prague.
However, they are yet to make an offer for the 22-year-old. Midtjylland has been a very good breeding ground for Nigerian players, especially in recent years, with the likes of Frank Onyeka, Paul Onuachu, and Raphael Onyedika all passing through there before going to other top clubs.
Also, Slavia Prague have had Nigerian players on their rosters since 2018, with Peter Olayinka, Igoh Ogbu, and Tijani Muhamed all playing for the club in recent years.
If Adediran decides to move to any of those clubs, it would be decent for his career, as he would get the opportunity to improve. Nonetheless, it does not seem like he will leave this summer as the transfer window is about to close, and no one has sent a bid to Ceske Budejovice.