Omeruo in and out again

Omeruo in and out again

Chelsea have announced that Nigeria defender Kenneth Omeruo has extended his contract until 2020.

Watford plan Success loan

Watford plan Success loan

Watford's Nigerian striker Isaac Success is closing in on a loan move to Hull City, according to sources on Humberside.

Nigeria name World Cup qualifier squad

Nigeria name World Cup qualifier squad

Super Eagles manager Gernot Rohr has named returnee captain John Mikel Obi for the 2018 Fifa World Cup qualifying duels with Cameroon’s Indomitable Lions.

Onazi deal falls foul of red tape

Onazi deal falls foul of red tape

Nigeria international Ogenyi Onazi has been denied a work permit to play for English Championship side Birmingham City.

Ojo makes Fulham loan move

Ojo makes Fulham loan move

Liverpool have allowed Sheyi Ojo to join Championship side Fulham on a season-long loan.

Man City set to complete Kayode signing

Man City set to complete Kayode signing

Manchester City are to complete the signing of Nigeria international Olarenwaju Kayode from Austria Vienna on a four-year deal and then send him on a season-long loan to Spanish side Girona.

Hull aim to tempt Musa

Hull aim to tempt Musa

English Championship team Hull City  are the new favourites to sign Leicester City striker Ahmed Musa, according to the bookmakers.

Okocha says African players must changre to be The Best

Okocha says African players must changre to be The Best

Jay Jay Okocha is arguably one of the most talented African footballers of all time. Blessed with sublime footwork and a mesmerising dribble, he was one of the golden generation of Nigeria players and a pillar of the Súper Eagles side that won gold at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics and graced three successive World Cups between 1994 and 2002.  

Iheanacho completes Leicester switch

Iheanacho completes Leicester switch

Leicester City have signed striker Kelechi Iheanacho from Manchester City for a fee understood to be £25m.

Odemwingie courts van Dijk controversy

Odemwingie courts van Dijk controversy

Peter Odemwingie says Virgil van Dijk’s stand-off with Southampton has gone too far and that there is no way back for him at the club.

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