Nigerian players transfer highlights : Ugbo turns down 2 clubs; Palace chase ex-Man Utd starlet & more
Published: July 12, 2021
Nigerian players transfer highlights : Ugbo turns down 2 clubs; Palace chase ex-Man Utd starlet & more, regarded as Nigeria's number one authority on the transfer market, brings you the latest movements, deals as good as done and transfer news involving Nigerian players this past weekend.

League One club Sheffield Wednesday have added two Nigeria-eligible players in the shape of Dennis Adeniran and Olamide Shodipo to their roster ahead of the new season.

Adeniran joins on a free transfer following his release by Everton, while Shodipo moves to the Owls on a season-long loan from Queens Park Rangers.

Transfer market expert Fabrizio Romano has reported that Super Eagles hopeful Ike Ugbo has been approached by Besiktas, Dutch giants Feyenoord and  PSV Eindhoven over a deal. exclusively reported that the Chelsea striker is set to turn down potential moves to Feyenoord and Besiktas.

Crystal Palace are in advanced talks to sign 18-year-old former Manchester United winger Ayodeji Sotona.
The Irish-Nigerian worked with new Eagles boss Patrick Vieira at OGC Nice.

Remaining with Crystal Palace. Promising Anglo-Nigerian goalkeeper Owen Goodman has signed his first professional contract.

Irish-Nigerian defender Mazeed Ogungbo has ended speculation about his future by agreeing his first professional contract at Arsenal. He was a second-year scholar in 2020-2021.

Turkish First League club BB Erzurumspor have confirmed  the signing of Nigeria international Aaron Samuel on undisclosed terms. can exclusively report that Samuel has signed a one-year deal with option for a further year.

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