Manchester United Snatched Free-scoring Striker Odubeko From Under The Nose Of Manchester CityPublished: March 05, 2019
Manchester United snatched Ademipo Odubeko from under the nose of city rivals Manchester City, with the free-scoring Nigerian striker first arriving at the Etihad Stadium before he was convinced to join the Red Devils.
And he has not regretted the decision to join United one bit as he has emerged as one of the most promising talents at their Academy, making his U18s debut at the age of sixteen.
Mipo played for St Joseph's Boys Football Club in Dublin, Ireland before relocating to England with his parents in August 2015 on the invitation of Manchester City .
After spending five months with City, he later moved to Manchester United in 2016.
Manchester United remain hopeful of keeping Odubeko beyond the end of this season and have offered him a two-year scholarship deal, but it remains to be seen if other clubs would test their resolve as nothing has been inked yet.
Photo Credit : manutd.com
Football News 24/7
- Osimhen Wins 'Nigerian Golden Shoe'; Nwakaeme Only Player To Register Double Figures Goals & Assists
- Three Reasons Why Fans Should Be Happy With Bayern Munich's Link With Everton Striker Henry
- Adebayo Azeez's Newport County Suffer Playoff Heartbreak Vs Tranmere Rovers
- 'It Can Affect His Value' - FC Midtjylland Ready To Sell N3.1B-Rated Onuachu Before AFCON
- Aston Villa In Pole Position To Sign Arsenal, Man City Target Dubbed The 'New Patrick Vieira'
- Three Nigerian Wingers Travel With Arsenal First Team To Baku Ahead Of Europa League Final
- Official : Nigeria U20 Invitee Offered Professional Deal By Watford
- 'We Need To Start Looking At Chukwueze' - NFF Boss Unhappy No Nigerian Among Three Africans That Shared EPL Golden Boot
- The Real Reason Rosenborg Whizkid Ogbu Was Omitted From Nigeria U20 Starting Line-up
- Danny Shittu Watches Flying Eagles Star Michael Vs Qatar; Aigbogun Hails Bologna Midfielder
- African Players Transfers
- Australia/ Asia
- Belgian Championship
- Brazil 2014 World Cup
- Danish Football
- English Premier League
- Nigeria National Teams
- Nigeria Premier League
- Norwegian Football
- Polish Football
- Russian Championship
- Serie A
- Spanish Liga
- Swedish Championship
- Turkish Championship
- Ukrainian Football
- Women's Football