Liverpool, Man City, West Ham Jostle To Sign Nigeria U17 Star Dubbed The 'New Victor Moses'Published: November 09, 2019
Nigeria U17 international Ibrahim Said is attracting huge interest from English Premier League clubs, allnigeriasoccer.com can exclusively report.
The Dabo Babes Academy starlet, who has drawn comparisons to Chelsea star Victor Moses due to his playing style and versatility, put himself in the shop window after becoming the first player to score a hat-trick at the 2019 FIFA U17 World Cup.
It is understood that representatives of European champions Liverpool, West Ham and Manchester City have opened talks with Dabo Babes Academy over a potential deal for the attacking midfielder when he attains the age of majority.
Although Said is on the radar of other European teams in the Netherlands and Belgium, it has been suggested that more than half of the clubs interested in snapping him up are based in the United Kingdom.
An unnamed Swedish club initially made contact with the player's camp but it appears they have pulled out of the race to sign him, knowing full well that they don't have the financial muscle to compete with English Premier League clubs.
Said is presently in the nation's capital Abuja and is expected to fly back today to Kano.
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