The former Warri Wolves marksman is frustrated with life in Egypt with no date in sight for the commencement of the league
The reigning highest goal scorer in the Nigeria Premier League in a single season, Jude Aneke is pondering a move away from the Egyptian League after the failure of the elite division to kick off on time.
Aneke entered legendary status in the annals of the NPL when he scored 20 goals in the 2010/11 season while with Kaduna United.
Aneke told Goal.com from his base that his representatives are in touch with Turkish clubs with a view to a January transfer.
The on loan striker to El Dakhleya from Al Masry of Egypt disclosed that he is not happy with the current football lull in the Arab nation and he will welcome a loan move from the Egyptian League so that he can play football again.
"I am not happy with the current problem in the Egyptian League,” Aneke told Goal.com.
“I don't think I can wait a whole season without kicking a ball.
“Presently, my agents are working to secure at least loan move for me in Turkey by January. I hope it works out," Aneke added.
At least 74 people died and hundreds were injured after a league game in the first week of February, 2012 in the seaside city of Port Said, when Al Masry fans rushed into the pitch to celebrate a famous 2-1 win over Al Ahly.