After flirting with relegation for several seasons, VVV were finally demoted to the second tier of Dutch football last season after they finished 17th, and they are now looking to offload the prospect in hope of salvaging some funds.
He scored five goals in 27 matches in his debut season, along with ten goals this past season.
Nwofor joined the modest club in 2011 months after he finished top scorer at the African Youth Championship in South Africa, which Nigeria won. He was also named the Goal.com star of the week in the tournament.
Furthermore, at the 2011 FIFA U20 World Cup, he scored two goals in 6 minutes against Croatia before the young Eagles were knocked out by France. He has also played once for the Super Eagles.
As many Newcastle fans have pointed out, the attacking options have been an issue for the side this year. It’s an area which undoubtedly needs strengthening. Though it looks inevitable that at least one of the three big striker targets will sign, I also think it’s important to have a young striker happy to offer cover and learn the trade under a slow progression into the first team.
Have any of our readers seen the lad play before? Is he a suitable target for a club such as Newcastle United?