Success ready to fight for first team place at Watford; commissions mansion worth N180mPublished: June 07, 2021
Allnigeriasoccer.com understands that Super Eagles striker Isaac Success is determined to force his way into the plans of Watford manager Xisco in the forthcoming season.
The BJ Foundation product is one of the players retained by the Hornets for 2021-2022 but that does not necessarily mean his future at the club is safe.
The last two years have been the worst of his career in terms of injuries, leading to him making only 17 appearances combined, and he didn't play his first game last season until March 6, 2021.
Success is currently holidaying in Benin City, Edo State, but will fly back to England in the coming days to begin preparations for the new season.
The 2013 U17 AFCON top scorer has engaged the services of a personal trainer, who will whip him into shape before the start of pre-season training.
Meanwhile, Success has already started preparing for life outside football by investing in real estate.
Five days ago, Wednesday, he commissioned his newly built mansion located in a choice part of Benin City, Amagba Community, Government Reservation Area.
Including the cost of the land (N25 million), Success spent around N180 million to erect the edifice, which has a standard swimming pool, mini football pitch and a billiard room.
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