Top Four Nigerian Players' Transfers So Far In The January Transfer Window
Published: January 20, 2020
 Top Four Nigerian Players' Transfers So Far In The January Transfer Window It's been an interesting ride in the January transfer window, as most clubs continue to put out all stops in strengthening their respective teams, and Nigerian exports have not been left out in this regard.

So far, we've witnessed not a few exciting, eye-catching moves involving Nigerians in top European clubs, but let's check out some of the best that have taken place in the new year.

1) Bryan Fiabema to Chelsea: Aged just 16, Fiabema already has the world are his feet prior to his arriving the surroundings of Stamford Bridge and is tipped to make a quick progress at the club in no distant time.

The striker who has been described as physical and pacy parted ways with Eliteserien side Tromso IL after putting pen to paper to a three-and-a-half-year contract with Chelsea.

2) Jesse Sekidika to Galatasaray: Sekidika signed a four-and-a-half-year deal with the Istanbul club who prized him away from Eskişehirspor due to his obvious talents.

Only yesterday, the 23-year-old who once trialed with Manchester United made his debut in the Turkish Super League, helping Gala to a 2-1 win.

3) Terem Moffi to KV Kortrijk: Regarded as a prolific goal poacher, the former Golden Eaglets starlet arrives the Belgian First Division from Lithuania with a big profile and is expected to bring his talents to bear at his new club.

Moffi signed a three-and-a-half- year contract with Kortrijk, running till the summer of 2023.

4) Oghenekaro Etebo to Getafe: The Super Eagles midfielder jumped ship from Stoke to Getafe and is seen as a good addition to the Madrid-based club who are also playing in the Europa League.

He is expected to spend the remainder of the 2019-2020 season at his new side, though a permanent purchase option was inserted into the deal.

Emmanuel Chinaza

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