Olamilekan Adeleye (right) with FC Ifeanyiubah owner Patrick Ifeanyi Ubah and his agent Tunde Fabiyi in Abuja

CHAN Eagles star defender Olamilekan Adeleye has apologised to FC Ifeanyiubah owner as well as the entire club and he is now set to rejoin the NPFL team after a long-drawn transfer saga.

The peace meeting with FC Ifeanyiubah owner Patrick Ubah was made possible by former Super Eagles star Taribo West.

The big central defender, who shone at last year’s WAFU Cup in Ghana, had tried to force a transfer away from ‘the Anambra Warriors’ and as a result he has yet to feature for the club this season.

He told SCORENigeria he has apologised the club president as well as the club and hopes to soon rejoin them after recovering from a leg fracture which ruled him out of the recent CHAN in Morocco.

“I am the first son of Chief Ifeanyi Ubah, the chairman is a big brother and the club is my first home,” said the former Bayelsa United star.

“They have taken my career to this level.

“And so I am very sorry for all the misunderstanding during the whole transfer problem.

“The only thing I now want to do is to rejoin my darling club to give my best as I have always done.

“I am relieved that the whole matter has been resolved amicably thanks to senior man Taribo West and my manager, Tunde Fabiyi.”

He is expected to resume training with FC Ifeanyiubah by Thursday.

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