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‘Excellent’ former Sheffield Wednesday man, target in Europe – but could be ‘overpriced’ UK News

The 21-year-old defender left the Owls over the summer after failing to agree a new contract at Hillsborough, opting instead to join Liam Shaw at Scottish giants Celtic.

However, Urhoghide failed to secure many games in the senior ranks for the Bhoys, and in January it was decided that he would move to Belgium with Pro League side KV Oostende.

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The youngster has played 90 minutes in De Kustboys’ last six games, and the club have made it clear that they would be very interested in signing him permanently should the opportunity arise.

Gauthier Ganaye, general manager of loan club Urhoghide, has admitted they would like to keep him for next season – as long as it is profitable.

Ganaye recently told the media: “Urhoghide turned out to be a great addition, but the problem is that he is still too expensive for us. But I hope we can find a solution with Celtic, so I would be very happy because we really want to keep Osaze.

Ostend have the first option to sign Urhoghide this summer, but the player says Ange Postecoglou still sees a long-term future for him in Scotland – and he may well try to force his return to the reckoning at Glasgow. once his loan period is over.

Former Sheffield Wednesday defender Osaze Urhoghide has impressed since leaving Celtic on loan. (Photo by LAURIE DIEFFEMBACQ/BELGA MAG/AFP via Getty Images)

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