The Three Transfers Involving Nigerian Players That Should Impress Super Eagles Coach RohrPublished: August 01, 2019
Many Nigeria players have moved from one club to another while some are expected to change clubs before the end of the summer transfer window.
Among many numerous transfer deals completed by Nigeria players so far, allnigeriasoccer.com has come up with three deals that will gladdens Gernot Rohr's heart.
1. Semi Ajayi's Move To West Brom Albion
The Super Eagles defensive midfielder completed his move from Rotherham United to West Bromwich Albion as part of his desire to remain in England's second tier.
His move to the Baggies will be largely applauded by Rohr who has strong love for the former Arsenal youngster.
2. Anderson Esiti's Move To PAOK Saloniki
Though Esiti hasn't featured for the three-time African champions since 2016, his move from KAA Gent to Greek Champions PAOK will be an impressive development to the gaffer who is seeking for more options in midfield.
The strong defensive midfielder is definitely hoping to return to the Super Eagles and his move to Greece will boost his chances of getting a call-up soon.
As for Rohr, his search for Mikel Obi's replacement is as good as completed with Esiti.
3. Noah Bazee's Move To Augsburg
The German-born winger was invited to camp by Rohr in 2017 but hasn't made his debut for the African powerhouse. He recently revealed his readiness to return to Rohr's team and his transfer to Bundesliga side Augsburg will surely increase his chances with the team.
Rohr will be glad that the Super Eagles hopeful will feature in a very competitive league in the upcoming season before the next international break.
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