The goalkeeper of Major League Soccer (MLS) club Los Angeles FC Philip Ejimadu could well be the solution to the problematic goalkeeping position rocking the Super Eagles going by his individual statistics.
The 1.91m tall goalkeeper has the qualities needed by great goalkeepers.
The 20-year-old goalkeeper was listed for eight games this season for Los Angeles FC before he was loaned out to FC Tucson, where he is a regular and has been picked for several players of the game award and best saves of the week many time.
Ejimadu is blessed with superb reflexes and he controls his defence line with ease and authority.
The Minneapolis, Minnesota-born goalkeeper started his career at Nacional in Brazil before he joined MLS side Los Angeles FC.
Ejimadu was born in USA to Brazilian mother and a Nigerian father and was called by the USA U20 national team in 2018.
The big 20-year-old goalkeeper should be looked at as the one to solve Nigeria goalkeeping crisis as USA are also known to produce great goalkeepers, from Brad Friedel to Tim Howard to Kasey Keller.