Nigerian 🇳🇬 International Olayemi Mustapha Adebayo has indicated an interest to switch back to the Nigeria Professional Football League next season after his contract with Zambian outfit Kibwe Warriors in the (Bola Zapa Yed) Zambian premier league expires due to the foreign quota activated by the Football Association of Zambia, Felele247.com understands.
The forward, who can also swtich to both wings left Nigeria at a very young age, he signed his first professional football career in Kenya 2016 with Chemelil Sugar FC at the ag of 17years in Kenya premier league.
“I will be looking forward to play in the Nigeria Professional Football League because it been long i played in any of those pitches”
“The country (Zambia) Football Association just introduced a foreign quota system in their domestic league, and it only affect the Premier League clubs”.
“The Super League clubs are allowed to sign five foreign professional players and it takes effect from new season”
In 2018, Olayemi Mustapha Adebayo joined Somalian based side FC Dekadaha on loan from his parents club FC MUZA, at Dekadaha, the club the Somali League Cup with the forward scoring 12 goals in all competitions.
In 2021/2022 Zambian Premier League Kabwe Warriors announced Adebayo Olayemi Mustapha onloan for the rest F.C MUZA and scored 4 goals in 10 appearances for the Kabwe based club.