Nigerian Stars Who Could Switch Clubs This Summer Transfer Window
The upcoming transfer window could the birth of big things for a couple of Nigerian stars who
have really had an outstanding season, and with this feat, they may be rewarded with new clubs when the current football season is concluded.
Although the world-wide pandemic has left most clubs with low revenue this might prevent them from funding marquee transfers but an imminent move is in the card for this Nigerian Stars could be set for big moves during the market.
Victor Osimhen: Osimhen with no doubts has made transfer headlines for much of the year, with reports linking him with a switch to English, Spanish and Italian giants.
Having had an outstanding season so far, with 13 goals and five assists to his name in Lille’s shirt it is imminent that the former Wolfsburg will move from the French Side to a new team. Osimhen recently winner Lille’s POTS.
Samuel Chukwueze: Super Eagles Winger like Osimehin has been fantastic this season. Arsenal, Chelsea, and Liverpool remain, keen admirers of the talented winger, though it will take audacious bid from his admirers to price him away from Villarreal. Chukwueze will be fondly remembered for his five-start performance in a match he came in as a substitute and was involved in four goals.
Emmanuel Dennis: Dennis has seen his value rise consistently this season thanks to a number of remarkable performances in high-profile European games.
Having scored against both Real Madrid and Manchester United in Europe already this season, it is believed the striker might have a shot at a new club next season.
The 21-year-old is on the radar if several English Premier League clubs including Arsenal.
Eberechi Eze: There have been demand placed on the Queen Park Rangers and he has been continually linked with an exit from the Loftus Road this summer.
With 12 league goals and eight assists in the 2019/2020 season, it is believed English Premier League side Tottenham have shown the most concrete interest, and are prepared to offer Rangers an attractive £20 million for his services.