Man Utd, Tottenham, Liverpool, Rangers, Celtic Interested In Chelsea's Nigerian WingerPublished: September 12, 2019
Allnigeriasoccer.com can exclusively report that several Premier League clubs are exploring ways to sign highly-rated Chelsea winger Adrian Akande.
Manchester United, Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur are among the clubs interested in signing the Nigeria U17 invitee and have all opened a line of communication with the player's camp.
West Ham are also keen on Akande and have made an offer to Chelsea to sign the teenager on a permanent deal after he impressed whilst undergoing training with the Hammers youth teams last month.
And across the border in Scotland, the two fierce rivals Rangers and Celtic are fighting over his signature.
Bundesliga outfit Hoffenheim are hoping they can steal a march on their rivals and have invited Akande to Germany and he'll be shown around the club's facilities when he visits the Sinsheim municipality on October 6.
Aged 15, he became one of the youngest players to feature in the Premier League 2 this season when he made his debut against Newcastle United on August 17.
Akande arrived at Chelsea from the youth team of Crystal Palace at the age of twelve.
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