Al-Hilal striker, Odion Ighalo, has said he could play in the Nigerian Premier Football League (NPFL) if certain conditions are met.
The NPFL recently dropped 20 places in the latest ranking by IFFHS.
But the former Nigerian Striker said he will retire in his country’s league if the security issues are improved upon.
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Poor officiating, hooliganism and corruption have marred the NPFL in recent years.
“Our players abroad can come back to Nigeria but security must be worked on.
“The League (Nigerian Premier Football League) must be well organized. A lot of money will be pumped into the game and matches should be on television,” Ighalo said on Super Sport.
Ighalo began his career for Julius Berger FC before moving to Europe, where he has scored 150 career goals in 354 domestic league appearances for 10 clubs.
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