Former Super Eagles captain Vincent Enyeama’s days at Lille may be numbered as the French side has tipped France U-20 goalkeeper, Bingourou Kamara, as his successor.
The 34 year old Lille shot stopper has been number one for the French side since 2012, and report has it that he could quit active football in three or four years-time.
It was gathered that Lille has already identified his long term successor in youth goalkeeper Kamara who keeps goal for second division side Tours.
Kamara comes highly recommended with 63 Ligue 2 games for Tour and lots of international games and honour with the French U-20 national team.
He is presently favoured ahead of Enyeama’s deputy at the club Mike Maignan and third choice shot stopper Jean Butez, according to French media reports.