Super Eagles captain Joseph Yobo will only decide his next move after the World Cup in Brazil, his agent has disclosed.
“The season just ended. His future will be known after the World Cup. Until after the tournament, I won’t be able to comment on clubs that are interested in his services,” Yobo’s agent John Ola Shittu said.
The 33-year-old ex-Everton defender joined Norwich City on loan from Fenerbahce in January as then boss Chris Hughton was hoping he could shore up a leaky defence which left the side battling to avoid relegation.
Yobo made an initial impact at Carrow Road before a calf injury restricted his involvement in the closing games of the campaign and the side subsequently lost their fight to stay in the Premier League under interim coach Neil Adams following Hughton’s sacking in early April.
The former Everton man has now regained his fitness and is set to be a part of the Super Eagles defence at the World Cup in Brazil.
It is highly unlikely that Yobo would make a permanent move to Norwich to play in the English Championship.
He played eight games for Norwich City.