Nwakali joins Porto

Nwakali joins Porto

Arsenal's Nigeria midfielder Kelechi Nwakali joined Portuguese champions Porto on a season-long loan on Thursday.

NFF crisis risks FIFA ban

NFF crisis risks FIFA ban

The ongoing crisis at the Nigeria Football Federation means Nigeria could be banned from international football.

Leicester ready to reward Ndidi

Leicester ready to reward Ndidi

Super Eagle Wilfred Ndidi has insisted he has never thought about leaving Leicester City as the club prepares to offer the midfielder a new contract.

Idowu joins Lokomotiv

Idowu joins Lokomotiv

Nigeria's World Cup left-back Bryan Idowu, 26, has signed for Russian Premier League side Lokomotiv Moscow on a three-year deal.

Umar joins Gerrard revolution at Rangers

Umar joins Gerrard revolution at Rangers

Mali midfielder Lassana Coulibaly and Nigeria striker Sadiq Umar have become Steven Gerrard's eighth and ninth signings as Rangers manager.

Another loan deal looms for Onyekuru

Another loan deal looms for Onyekuru

Galatasaray are in talks over potentially signing Everton winger Henry Onyekuru on loan for the 2018/19 campaign.

Awoniyi resigns with Liverpool

Awoniyi resigns with Liverpool

Liverpool have fended off major interest from England and abroad to persuade Taiwo Awoniyi to sign a new deal with them.

Everton reject Lookman bid

Everton reject Lookman bid

Everton have rejected a bid worth around £12m from RB Leipzig for Ademola Lookman.

Dark arts tuition will see Nigeria improve

Dark arts tuition will see Nigeria improve

Nigeria's Leon Balogun wants his team-mates to learn football's darker arts following their World Cup exit.

Mikel father rescued by Police

Mikel father rescued by Police

Nigerian police said they have rescued the father of national soccer team captain John Mikel Obi after he was kidnapped for the second time in seven years.

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