In the market place of football transfers, deadline transfer days have always provided us with with crazy and unexpected signings and movement.
Notable on the top of every football lover is the deadline signing of Enzo Fernandez for a then club record fee of 106 .
Clubs in their ranks especially in Europe will be looking to bolster their teams ahead of the 2023/2024 season. With Nigeria being the fifth exporter of football in Europe, it then means that Nigerian players will be busy just like deadline transfer days.
But here are top 3 Nigerian players on the move;
WILFRED ONYIYE NDIDI
The Leicester city midfielder has been subject of transfer rumours and has been linked to multiple teams .
Despite having a season hampered with injury in the previous season and having club relegated, the Leicester man quality and class had already been proven in the premier league
As per multiple reports, Nottingham forest who looks to be signing everybody and Liverpool who need to sure up their midfield might just be splashing the cash on NDIDI
Keep a close eye on Fulham as their imminent sell of palinha to Bayern might also trigger the signing of NDIDI
NDIDI has already enjoyed good times so far in the championship by scoring and assisting in the last game.
The under 17 and Manchester city young star has had bad but more good moments at Leicester.
Just like his fellow compatriot, KELECHI IHEANACHO has found life in the championship favorable, but for a player of his quality, it is hard to see him spending the rest of the season with Leicester
Fulham who sanctioned a move for Mitrovic to Saudi Arabia might just decide to get the Nigerian on a cheap scale
Burnley and Brentford who are still haggling the price for Divock Origi from Ac Milan might just turn their attentions to KELECHI IHEANACHO
Another player who as a product of a deadline transfer move became Southampton player might just be on the move once again
The the 6ft 7inch striker hasn’t had the best of time in the red white strips of the saint after enjoying stellar performances in previous seasons for Belgian Giants, Genk.
But with a move back to Genk not of the cards yet, it won’t be surprising if both clubs strike a deal and of course reunite Onuach back to Genk
Earlier in the transfer window, Onuachu rejected an offer to move back to Genk.
A host of Budensliga clubs have shown their interest signing the Nigerian man
Others Nigerian players who might be in the moving train include;
The summer transfer window closes at 12 pm Nigerian time and an extra hour added for completion of already agreed and sealed transfers.